Sep 1, 2006 at 9:40 AM #1 DanTheBanjoman Señor Moderator Joined: May 20, 2004 Messages: 10,546 (2.31/day) Thanks Received: 1,384 Lately I've been forced to work with MS Access, not quite The first field in my report is a field from the query that was a combination of 2 different fields (company & state) - looks great in the query, no problems. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Any way of entering the query fails. http://webtooz.com/name-error/name-error-access-2010.html
No joy. DM is correct. For starters, I'd get rid of the extra spaces: Ranking = DLookup("[Ranking]", "Query_Ranking", "[ID]='" & Forms![Forms_Main]![ID] & "'") I also put it on one line, as I prefer to debug one Please help, .....going bald!! http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=237483
Join our site today to ask your question. No luck at all to get this one going. Any ideas? Open up the form properties and make sure you have the right table set for each form.
i.e. What is an Infatuated Word™? Error, text box can not find reference Sorry forgot to mention, I don't know if this effects it or not. #error Access However I want the default value to be a select max query.
I basically just create a text field in a report, use the build tool to find the relevant field from a subreport/query, and then set it. #name Access Text Box It's quick & easy. It's quick & easy. #Name? click here now If so, change it.
My report has this field listed for each company, and the rest of the report displays perfectly in either view; it's just the very first record that gets that error. #name Error In Excel 2010 I am somewhat clueless (as you can tell) when creating anything in access and that is why I copied the form three times so I wouldn't have to redesign it each In the following example, Access produces a #NAME error if you enter the expression in a control named City, State, or ZIP: =[City] & "", "" & [State] & "" "" Thread Status: Not open for further replies.
It doesn't make sense. https://bytes.com/topic/access/answers/683767-name-error-message-access-form The relationship is correct and the keys are correct. #name? Access Form Error, text box can not find reference Just a note. #name Access 2013 I would close my database and each time it opened it would still give me the #name?
Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. http://webtooz.com/name-error/name-error-in-access.html But that did not help. I also tried changing the field from TEXT to NUmber. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Ms Access #name In Report
Control sources and names look good. error in report - print view only (access 2010)
However I want the default value to be a select max query. Access #name Error Query If you want it on the form: Me.TextboxName = Ranking though I don't know about the before update event of a control. Access 2007 DBEngine - Access 2003 vs Access 2010 Access 2010 - Combo Box - Value not Valid...
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And to change things up a bit, try this. ####.###;(####.###);###0.0##;"No temp recorded." The same entries will now appear as; 875.65 (875.65) 0.0 No temp recorded. I'm afraid that's all I have for you Katie, and I know it's little enough. 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 have a peek here By the way, simpler would be: Me.txtRanking = Nz(DLookup(...), "No ranking") Paul Reply With Quote Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Microsoft Access Top Site Areas
Totals query listing unique HCW ids and their maximum dates. Any ideas as to what might be wrong? Cheers Sunny 0 #9 h3h5z4 Posted 13 August 2015 - 02:21 PM h3h5z4 New Member Member 2 posts I am having this issue with a database at work. This is not a good work-around.