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    calender control crash (2002)

    Hi All, I have a form which contains a calendar control that when the dates are changed (usually after the 3rd or 4th selection), is causing the program to crash. the error report is lengthy and contains info about the Error signature which says: AppName: msaccess.exe, AppVer:10.0.6501.0, ModName: msjtes40.dll, ModVer: 4.0.8618.0 and Offset: 00008b6a. I have tried to compile and repair repair database w/o success. Can you pls help.....what is causing this and how can i fix it?
    ps. the form also contains a tab control which has 3 sub-forms. the dates of these sub-forms are controled by the calendar control.
    thanks, Van

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    Re: calender control crash (2002)

    1) Was this database (including the form with the calendar control) converted from an earlier version of Access?

    2) If you click More Controls... on the toolbox, which version number is after Calendar Control?

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    Re: calender control crash (2002)

    Hi Hans,
    1. yes, the database was converted from '97.
    2. the calendar control is ver 10.0.

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    Re: calender control crash (2002)

    Try the following:
    - Make a backup copy of your database.
    - Open the form in design view.
    - Note or write down the properties of the calendar control.
    - Delete the calendar control.
    - Click More Controls... on the Toolbox, and insert a new calendar control.
    - Set the properties of the calendar control as they were for the old one, including its name.
    - Save the form.
    See if the new version works better.

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    Re: calender control crash (2002)

    Hi Hans, I have tried that w/o success.....still crashing. Do you think i should go ahead and re-do the enitre form from scratch? (something i'd like to avoid by-the-way). thanks, Van

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    Re: calender control crash (2002)

    One other thing you might try is to import all database objects into a blank new database. Don't forget to set the startup options (Tools | Startup) and non-standard references (Tools | References... in the Visual Basic Editor). No guarantee that it will help, though.

    If you wish, you can poast a stripped down copy of the database - see <post#=401925>post 401925</post#> for instructions.

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