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Alert Message " you cancelled the previous opration"

Alert Message " you cancelled the previous opration"

Alert Message " you cancelled the previous opration"

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I am not able to access my forms.....
I get the alert message saying "you cancelled the previous operation" This is the case for all the forms. can some one tell me where the problem is
Nani

RE: Alert Message " you cancelled the previous opration"

Have you tried repairing and compacting the database?  

You could also open a blank database and import all the objects(forms, queries, reports and tables).

Mike Rohde
rohdem@marshallengines.com

RE: Alert Message " you cancelled the previous opration"

Nani,
Probably not a lot of help to you, but I had the same message appear just this morning (first time ever).
It didn't appear for all forms - just one out of about 10 that I had checked out under SourceSafe.
Repair + Compact didnt help so I bit the bullet and, after checking in all my other changes (I didnt try to check in the duff one just in case), recreated my Access database from SourceSafe - losing my changes to that particular form but enabling me to get back into it.

Shep

RE: Alert Message " you cancelled the previous opration"

You can probe:
1) In the Access Window copy the form and paste, and change the name of the form.
2) Erase all the data and run the form.

RE: Alert Message " you cancelled the previous opration"

I am getting the same problem also; and none of these solutions work for me.

RE: Alert Message " you cancelled the previous opration"

Something might be corrupted.  I kept getting a "You cannot go to the specified record" on one of my forms, and it turned out the index was corrupted.  Create a new blank database and export the objects into it and see if that helps.



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