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Problem closing form in Access 2000

Problem closing form in Access 2000

Problem closing form in Access 2000

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My database is a fairly simple one, I am working with the design master of a modest multiuser application with a number of forms which as subforms as part of a larger application.  Starting today I keep getting the error message "You cannot carry out this action at the present time" whenever I try to close a form or take other actions (basically anything involving DoCmd).  I tried backing up a few steps to a previous version of my db and rebuilding what I was doing a few different ways but I keep running into the exact same problem.  I cannot close out of my Master form at all and other actions that I do sometimes bring up the "You cannot carry out this action" message box.

Any help is greatly appreciated!
James

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