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    Re: ie 'page not available' (IE6)

    Thanks so much for your help guys... and d'oh don't i feel stupid ... TIF!!! again many thanks and i'll try out your options.... I'll let you know if any of them worked. Thanks again.
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    Re: ie 'page not available' (IE6)

    here's all the extra info i could find... i hope that this might make the proplem clearer.....

    There was a migration from Windows2000 to XP and since then, the problem has been happening.... So...
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    Re: ie 'page not available' (IE6)

    Hi guys

    thanks for the replies... I'm afraid I don't have the answers to hand at the moment... but I'll try to find out and get back to you..

    thanks again
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    ie 'page not available' (IE6)

    Hi all, sorry if this is answered elsewhere but i couldn't find it if it is...

    a colleague in work has the following problem: she needs to procure items from a site... she logs in with username...
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    Re: printing VBA code (Windows nt/vba6)

    Thanks again for the help Hans, though I should have thought of that myself......... There are just some days when my brain doesn't seem to work!!! <img src=/S/brickwall.gif border=0 alt=brickwall...
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    printing VBA code (Windows nt/vba6)

    Hi

    I've tried to print out my VBA code for a source code review. However when i click on the print icon or use ctrl P, all i get is a blank page from the printer. I know there are downloads...
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    Re: getting user ID (windows NT VBA)

    Wow Hans that was fast

    thanks a million for the help (yet again!!)

    regards

    Sheila
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    getting user ID (windows NT VBA)

    Hello everyone

    I've got an access database with vba code that allows users to print etc. Does anyone know of any function that can get the NT userID so that I can track who printed what etc.
    TIA...
  9. Re: using NT password to protect access db(Windows NT)

    Thanks again for your help Hans -
  10. Re: using NT password to protect access db(Windows NT)

    Thanks for your help as always Hans

    I don't know about adding any extra security to the folder or not, but the validation folks want it!! Time lines etc are strictly adhered to, with regards to...
  11. using NT password to protect access db(Windows NT)

    Hi

    I need to add security to a mainfolder that contains a .mdb file and some other subfolders which contain Word docs.. I was wondering if its possible to force the user to log into the...
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    Re: error msg access 2000 vba)

    Hans as usual you were quite right
    thanks for taking the time and for answering my post

    regards
    Sheila
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    error msg access 2000 vba)

    Hello I was wondering if someone could explain why I get the error "Object Variable or With block variable not set" when I run the following code:

    rst as recordset
    sqlQuery as string

    sqlQuery...
  14. Re: saving fields from a subform (access 2000 vba)

    Hi Hans
    Thanks again for the help and I appreciate you taking the time

    regards Sheila
  15. Re: saving fields from a subform (access 2000 vba)

    Thanks again for taking the time to help me Hans

    I've tried doing what you suggested. However even tho the title bar of form B says "subform" I got the error "can't build a link between unbound...
  16. saving fields from a subform (access 2000 vba)

    Hi I wonder if anyone can help me with this - any help greatly appreciated - have tried loads of different things and nothing works........
    (using Access db)
    I have a subform B (with 4 txtfields)...
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    Re: gettting a count value (access 2000 vb6)

    After i posted my Q, i found that this works (FYI)

    Dim dCount As Integer
    Dim rst As DAO.Recordset
    Set rst = Me![subformName].Form.RecordsetClone
    dCount = rst.RecordCount
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    gettting a count value (access 2000 vb6)

    Hi I have a form which has a subform. Does anyone know of any way that I can get the record count when the user is finished adding to the continuous subform;
    ie the Data Control value

    thanks...
  19. Re: VB ACCESS using 'select max(id) from table (windows NT)

    Hi Hans
    Thanks very much for your help - you were quite right, I had misnamed the field in the query.
    regards
    Sheila
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    Im using access 2000 and Visual Basic 6
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    Hi again
    I'm getting an error message that when i debug comes out at: Set RS_Ticket = db.OpenRecordset(Tkt_Query, dbOpenDynaset)The message is "Too few parameters. Expected 1".
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    Sorry about the Min() - I was trying something....... I do actually need the Max()

    I'll try to explain better what I'm doing.... I need to write to 2 tables; ticket data and ticket GB. After I've...
  23. Re: VB ACCESS using 'select max(id) from table (windows NT)

    Thanks very much for gettting back to me Hans & Charlotte

    Tkt_Query = "SELECT Min (ID) AS Min FROM [ticket data] where [ticket] = '" & TxtTicket.Text & "' ORDER BY ID DESC"
    Set db =...
  24. VB ACCESS using 'select max(id) from table (windows NT)

    Hi all

    I have a sql statement in VB to return the max number from an access table called data and then i need to write that max id in another table (with some other fields)

    ...
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    Re: header and footers in word (vba/word)

    Hiya Hans
    Im still tweaking code but fortunately its time to go home so I can look forward to being driven crazy tomorrow as well!!!! You've been brilliant (& very patient) Thanks very much - I owe...
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