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    DCOM error on Current (Access97-SR2)

    One of my users is getting an error in the on current event.
    The event merely reads a value of the current record,
    If true, it sets a host of other controls visible property as false.

    I've checked the references and even 'dumbed it down' to DAO 2.5-3.5 Compatibility Library but she's still getting errors.
    What's up?

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    Re: DCOM error on Current (Access97-SR2)

    What is the error message?
    David Grugeon
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    Re: DCOM error on Current (Access97-SR2)

    The OnCurrent event of what, a form or a subform? There are literally thousands of error messages. You need to tell us which one before anyone can suggest a cause. For instance, if you're trying to read a value from the current record and there is no current record, you will get a different error message than the one you get if you try to reference a calendar control improperly. And where exactly does DCOM come into this?
    Charlotte

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    Re: DCOM error on Current (Access97-SR2)

    Sorry...It was a DCOM error on a form.
    Particularly, one on a wizard-generated 'onclick' nextrecord thing
    and another on the OnCurrent itself.
    I went through the code and it seems to have been corrected.

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