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    Opned Form is blank? (2000)

    Following on from Hans solution to my last post.

    I have a from which is frmViewingsTest2 but when I pass the criteria of the current PURCHID and PropertyID the form is blank not even any boxes. The from is based on a query qryOffersTest. Any ideas why ti would be be blank?
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    Luke

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    Re: Opned Form is blank? (2000)

    If the form is blank, it means that
    a) There are no records in qryOffersTest that meet the conditions
    and
    [img]/forums/images/smilies/cool.gif[/img] It is not possible to add new records; this can have two causes:
    - The query is not updatable, i.e. records in the query cannot be edited or added
    or
    - The AllowAdditions property of the form is set to No.

    Note: if a question is a follow-up to an earlier thread, it is better to ask it in that thread than to start a new one.

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    Re: Opned Form is blank? (2000)

    ...or that the form has become corrupt? I haven't had any go belly-up for a while, but it has happened in the past. The possible solutions were; reload a copy of the form from a backup or start a new form and copy all teh objects and code over to it.

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