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    What does this warning mean?

    I have a form with two subforms. One of these is a datasheet list with 4 columns. the sub form is getting data from a query that gets a value from the parent form. One of the columns gets a combo list from a query.
    The Problem
    Whenever a value changes in the combo list field (ie a record is added or an existing record is changed) i get the error:
    "You cant assign avalue to this object"
    with 3 explanations of why this may happen, however it does not tell me which control is causing the problem.
    If i press OK the data is accepted without further problem.
    Please tell me how to stop this message as it is slowing down data input

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    Re: What does this warning mean?

    Have you tried running the queries separately to see if either of them generate the warning separately? (Not very good english I know!)

    Rupert...

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