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    #name? error for date (Access 97 SR-1)

    Weird situation I have here...I'm working with a database that uses many, many date fields. On my computer (the "programming" computer), the date fields calculate normally in the forms. On any other computer, when the form opens to a new record and the "default" date comes up, it shows an error of #name? in the field. What is on my computer that is not on theirs? I don't get it...

    Adam Roehm
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    Re: #name? error for date (Access 97 SR-1)

    Sounds like their computer can't parsethe expression you're using in the default value property. Try opening the db on one of the offending computers and open a form or standard module and check the Tools menu and select References. See if there are any checked reference that starts Missing:

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