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    Errors with form to enter report criteria (2003)

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    I have created a form that allows a user to enter report criteria. (Enter beginning date, end date; buttons "ok", and "cancel")
    I created it by following the instructions at the following Microsoft Link: http://office.microsoft.com/bg-bg/assistan...1874111033.aspx
    It was working perfectly until my company upgraded from Access 2000 to Access 2003. Now I'm getting the following error everytime I try to run a report using this form:
    "You entered an expression that has an invalid reference to the property Visible. The property may not exist or may not apply to the object you specified."

    Does anyone know if there's a way to fix this so that it works in Access 2003?
    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks.

    Robin

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    Re: Errors with form to enter report criteria (2003)

    See if changing the macro security level helps: select Tools | Macro | Security. If the level is High, set it to Medium, then click OK. Try the form/report. If it still doesn't work, set the security level to Low.

    BTW Did the reply to your previous question help?

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    Re: Errors with form to enter report criteria (2003)

    It worked! Thank you so much. And please accept my apologies for not responding sooner... I've been off sick. I'm just going to review my last question as well. Thanks again.

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    Re: Errors with form to enter report criteria (2003)

    Worked like a charm... Thanks again!

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