#Type! error in form control
I'm trying to use an expression in a text box, but it's putting the error "#Type!" in the text box. Both parts of the expression are in the form's data source (which is a query).
The expression in the text box is:
=[PROJECT_NAME] & " (" & [DATE_START] & ")"
The same error is produced even with this expression:
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"The expression MouseMove you entered as the event property setting produced the following error: There was an error loading an ActiveX control on one of your forms or reports".
However when I create a test form and insert a new text box com, it does't give me any error.
can anybody plz help me, I need to finalize my project
I have a user form, and on this form I want to have a field where the user can attach documents (mainly word docs, but possibly excel, images).
What type of control do I use to add this field on the form?
I have the form, and am working on the code to store the input to various tables. but I'm not sure which control type I should use.
Basically it would be nice to have a button they click, and get a browse window to locate their file, then attach it
This field calculates just fine at first. But in my main form I need to trigger a requery of the sub-report afterrecords are changed.
The requery runs, and the altered records show up correctly in the two sub-sub-reports. However, the calculated field txtTotal in the first sub-report (rptAccount) now returns a #Type error. No matter what I requery, this is always the result.
I requery all of the sub-reports individually, even the txtTotal control itself in any imaginable order. I always get the #Type error.
1) MsgBox "Total trip miles = " & lngTripMiles & vbCrLf & _"and the leg miles total " & _ DSum("LegMiles", "qryCalculateTripLegs"), , "Trip calculation error[/indent]"
I'm also getting a Type Mismatch error with the following SQL. I've searched and everything I can find seems that I have my quotes correct. I even tried replacing the form control reference with a variable, which evaluated correctly, but still did not work.
In a form control, I am doing a number of data checks and generating appropriate error messages, using VB in the "on exit" event. The field I am checking is declared as data type number in the underlying table. If the user mistakenly enters text, Access generates an error "The value you entered isn't valid for this field." I want to change that default error message. I have learned how to change other default error messages, but I can't figure out how to trap and change this one. Note -- I don't want to check for the error in the form, because there are a dozen or so controls in the form where I need to do this check
The error number comes up 2950 which generates a run time error 2109 stating no field named in current record.
As the field is in the table that the form is bound to I have no idea what the problem is and it only comes up with the error occasionally. How can I prevent the error from ever coming up?
It work as I would expect it to when I open the subform all by itself. The second control gets the value and it is passed to the query.
However, when I run the the form/subform I get an error saying that it can't find the subform.
"Failed to import the ActiveX control. Please ensure it is properly registered"
The above action does not produce error in VS 2003.
I have an OnCurrent event that runs when the user selects a different record in the Split Form.
The first part of the OnCurrent event is as follows:
However, the focus is staying on the TripStartDate field in the SplitForm, and not moving to the TripStartDate field in the Main form as desired.
I need to move the focus to the TripStartDate control on the form so that I can run the remainder of the OnCurrent event which shows or hides various controls on the Main form depending on the type of record the user is viewing.
Otherwise, the focus could be on a control that I am trying to hide and I will get the "Can't hide a control that had the focus" error.
All of a sudden, when the users open a particular form, they get one error message or another, but both error messages end with the text "There was an error loading an ActiveX control on one of your forms or reports".
On one of the PCs, a Compact and Repair seemed to help, but not on any of the others. I'm thinking an OS patch may have messed something up, or a software install that I'm unaware of.
The form in question uses 2 ActiveX controls, a ListView and a DatePicker control. Each of these require their own OCX to be loaded and registered.