If the syntax omits double quotation marks “” for a text value, you will see the #NAME error. Your cache administrator is webmaster. Perhaps you could explain more precisely or some more info needed from my side? I have now changed the name to txtCONTAINER in both forms and inserted the code you advised to Open state of frmExpense. http://webtooz.com/name-error/name-error-in-access.html
Yes No Great! May 9 '12 #12 reply P: 8 alekseiaiteno I think I may have found the workaround in a slightly different way. On the Formulas tab, in the Defined Names group, click Define Name, and then click Define Name. A text field and a string is not exactly the same. http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=251538
The next part is to add the name in the formula. In forms The problem does not arise in forms that display the new record. If one does, UNcheck it and check something similar to it down the list of library names below.« Next Oldest· Access Date + Time· Next Newest »Display Mode: Standard · Switch
May 9 '12 #7 reply Expert Mod 100+ P: 2,316 TheSmileyCoder I suggest you try to read out the defaultvalue after its been set, to see what happens. In the following example, the INDEX formula throws the #NAME? Some people do that and it interferes with the function Date(). Access Control Source #name? For more information on using defined names, see Define and use names in formulas.
Error on adding new fields DamnDaniel, Mar 18, 2016, in forum: Business Applications Replies: 3 Views: 309 DamnDaniel Mar 22, 2016 Thread Status: Not open for further replies. #error Access I am thinking it is more to do with some memory problem. So when the user clicks on a button in the Form B he is taken to the Form A. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-name-error-in-access-2007.769023/ I have updated the code in the frmExpense: Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers PrivateSubForm_Load() IfMe.NewRecordThen Me.txtCONTAINER=Forms!frmExport.txtCONTAINER EndIf EndSub Notice I've changed the Form_Open to Form_Load.
Given below are other causes of the #NAME? Control Source Access Thread Tools Rate Thread Display Modes 08-07-2013, 03:42 AM #1 DynamoDavid Newly Registered User Join Date: Aug 2013 Posts: 3 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts #Name Password Register FAQ Community Top Posters Today's Posts Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Calendar Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Find Solution: Check your syntax to make sure all range references include the colon.
Note that it is usually a good idea to use a prefix like "cbx" for combo boxes, "txt" for text boxes, etc., because it makes them easier to find in an http://www.utteraccess.com/forum/name-error-date-t1492442.html You are using a function that requires a specific add-in that is not enabled in Excel There are some Excel functions that work only when certain add-ins are enabled. #name Access Text Box Follow these steps to do that: If you already have the data in the spreadsheet, and want to assign a name to specific cells or a cell range, first select the Ms Access #name In Report The following code accomplishes that by adding single quotes around the value of frmExport.txtContainer when adding it to the defaultvalue field in frmExpense.
May 10 '12 #16 reply Expert Mod 100+ P: 2,316 TheSmileyCoder About the ESCAPE option Imagine the following scenario, you have a form for say students, and another form for adding http://webtooz.com/name-error/name-error-in-access-query.html In the Manage list box, pick Excel Add-ins and click Go. You currently have 0 posts. jenvandiver General 0 10-30-2002 09:19 AM All times are GMT -8. #name Error In Excel 2010
OBP, Nov 14, 2008 #5 obatusai Thread Starter Joined: Nov 7, 2008 Messages: 19 I'm trying to copy boths the screens and the DB but I don't know how. The trouble starts when no correspondent record is found - Form A shows #Name? copy paste won't work obatusai, Nov 14, 2008 #6 OBP Trusted Advisor Joined: Mar 8, 2005 Messages: 19,089 If you have the Table in design view, use the keyboard fn http://webtooz.com/name-error/name-error-access.html Similar Threads - Solved #Name Error Solved #Name?
What do you mean by that? #type Access Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? OBP, Nov 14, 2008 #4 OBP Trusted Advisor Joined: Mar 8, 2005 Messages: 19,089 I can't see anything attached to your last post.
Select the cell with the formula, and on the Formula tab, press Insert Function. A simple messagebox should provide more information: Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers PrivateSubForm_Open(CancelAsInteger) IfMe.NewRecordThen Me.txtCONTAINER.DefaultValue=Forms!frmExport.txtCONTAINER Msgbox"DefaultValuesetto:"&Me.txtContainer.DefaultValue EndIf EndSub May 9 '12 #8 reply P: 8 alekseiaiteno Unfortunately nothing new - no #Name? error. Dlookup Access Would this be considered as plagiarism?
Have you checked the Form's "Field List"? error. May 8 '12 #1 Post Reply ✓ answered by TheSmileyCoder About the ESCAPE option Imagine the following scenario, you have a form for say students, and another form for adding Parents have a peek here I'm glad you didn't!It could be that you're missing a library that defines that function called Date().
To do that, go to the Formulas tab, in Defined Names group, click Use in Formula, and then select the defined name you want to add. The time now is 06:34 PM. Microsoft Access Help General Tables Queries Forms Reports Macros Modules & VBA Theory & Practice Access FAQs Code Repository Sample Databases Video Tutorials Sponsored I must say I agree with Smiley here, in that your reported experiences point to a problem with the [txtCONTAINER] value from the other form. error because the B2 to B12 range is missing a colon.
Browse other questions tagged vba ms-access ms-access-2007 or ask your own question. Not quite sure what "this will force the user to fill all required fields. Staff Online Now flavallee Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Business Applications > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members In the following example, the name is not spelled correctly, so the function still throws the #NAME?
It tells you to look deeper at the actual logic, and to understand it more fully before coding. Cheers. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- pr2-eugin View Public Profile Visit pr2-eugin's homepage! If so, please check out the topics at Excel User Voice. Click here to join today!
May 9 '12 #5 reply 100+ P: 759 Mihail Your code: Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers IfMe.NewRecordThen [CONTAINER].DefaultValue=Forms![frmExport]![CONTAINER] EndIf And yours explanation: The trouble starts when no correspondent record is found - Form A I did this and the data displayed correctly first time round...... Do not use any error-handling functions such as IFERROR to mask the error. He was curious if you had made that mistake or not.
The syntax in this example is missing double quotation marks for has; that’s why the error. To avoid typos in formula names, use the Formula Wizard in Excel. Join our site today to ask your question. A colon was omitted in a range reference If you miss a colon in a range reference, the formula will display a #NAME?