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    Compile Error (windows 2000/access)

    I am changing a few things on a Form and when I clicked on the Design View so I could see what it looked like in Form View a grey box popped up that read "Compile error in hidden module: Form_Current Students" I tried using Help but that stupid Paper Clip doesn't tell you anything. Well, he does tell you something but I don't understand it <img src=/S/confused.gif border=0 alt=confused width=15 height=20>. Could someone please help!?! Thanks to those that helped me last week!

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    Re: Compile Error (windows 2000/access)

    Apart from the steps I described in <post#=229337>post 229337</post#> and <post#=229339>post 229339</post#>, you could try this:
    <UL><LI>Open the database.
    <LI>Switch to the Visual Basic Editor (Alt+F11). (If this is impossible, your database is corrupt, and you'll have to go back to a backup or import as many objects as possible into a new blank database.)
    <LI>Select Tools/References...
    <LI>If there are entries stating "MISSING: ...", uncheck them.
    <LI>Click OK to close the References dialog.
    <LI>Select Debug/Compile All. If you get a specific error message, and a highlighted line of code, see if you can solve it yourself, otherwise post the error message and the offending code.[/list]Hope this helps.

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    Re: Compile Error (windows 2000/access)

    Thank you for all your help! I really appreciate it. I tried to do as you suggested.....I selected Tool but the References is not 'clickable' I have a password for Visual Basics Editor, I just don't know where to put it! <img src=/S/confused.gif border=0 alt=confused width=15 height=20>

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    Re: Compile Error (windows 2000/access)

    If there is a password on the VB project as a whole, you will be asked for it automatically when you try to open a module.
    If there is a password on the VB project properties only, you will be asked for it when you select Tools/... Properties in the VB Editor (... is the name of your project).
    If you've lost the password, you might do a Google search for Access password crackers.

    BTW, have yout tried the suggestions from the others posts I mentioned?

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