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    Table 'TempMSysAccessObjects' already exists? (A2K)

    I started getting this error msg and can't find out why. I have not changes anything. The error msg pops up when exiting Access and, except for being anoying, dosen't seem to be doing anything. How do I get rid of it and what is is doing.

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    Re: Table 'TempMSysAccessObjects' already exists? (A2K)

    Try a compact and repair (from Tools/Database Utilities).
    If that doesn't work, try compacting the database with the JetComp utility (available from Microsoft; you can download it from here). Sometimes, this utility can correct problems that the internal routine can't.
    It that doesn't work either, post back.

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    Re: Table 'TempMSysAccessObjects' already exists? (A2K)

    I tried it and still have the same error msg. Any other ideas.

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    Re: Table 'TempMSysAccessObjects' already exists? (A2K)

    (1) Try this on a copy of the database. If you make System Objects visible (Tools/Options..., View tab), can you see the TempMSysAccessObjects table? If so, try to delete it. If it's a real system table, you won't be allowed to. If you *can* delete it, does the database work correctly from then on?

    (2) Create a new, empty database. Import all database objects (tables, queries, forms, reports, macros and modules, but not the system tables and TempMSysAccessObjects) into it. If necessary, set the startup options as the were in the original. Also, if necessary, set references to other than the standard object libraries in a module. If the new database works correctly, replace the original one by the new one.

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    Re: Table 'TempMSysAccessObjects' already exists? (A2K)

    Yes!!!!!
    Thank You so much

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