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Compile error in hidden module in switchboard

Compile error in hidden module in switchboard

Compile error in hidden module in switchboard

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A runtime Access 97 db that I produced for a client has been running for > 6 months. After some changes, additions and testing on my PC(W95) and a test PC(W95 without Access97 on it), everything worked fine. After installing on client's PC(W98) the Compile error message comes up at startup and aborts the run. The onload event uses the Checklinks and Refreshlinks functions modified from the samples databases which I have used numerous times with no problems. Any ideas???
Thanks in advance.
 

RE: Compile error in hidden module in switchboard

1. Are the macros attempting to open/link to files that now reside on different paths? Are you on the same server?

2. Does the Win98 Access installation have VBA installed? You may want to reinstall just to make sure. Default installs often don't include everything you need for what you're doing.

3. What about ODBC settings?

I may not be much help here. Another free forum for you to try:  www.wopr.com

Good luck!

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