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Reports work in NT - fail in Windows Me

Reports work in NT - fail in Windows Me

Reports work in NT - fail in Windows Me

(OP)
I am working with Access 2000 adp as front end w/SQL 7.0
Several reports that run by clicking a command button (no user input) function fine in NT, but do nothing in Windows Me.  All computers are running MDAC 2.5.  There are no date fields involved. The code is simple:

   DoCmd.OpenReport strDocName, acPreview

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

RE: Reports work in NT - fail in Windows Me

hi Ya,
I would get rid of me and install win Xp pro.
and your problem should go away.

RE: Reports work in NT - fail in Windows Me

(OP)
I would love to do that. Or go back to win95.  Unfortunately, I have no control over the OS being used.  I work for a very small company.  WinMe was most likely the least expensive option to use.
It is possible that the OS is a coincidence and that these 2 reports fail for some other unknown reason.  But I am not having any luck in finding the problem.
Any other suggestions?

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