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    Command Buttons (MS Access 2000 )

    I have a small form that users can set dates for certain reports (frmChooser), I created a copy of that form (Copy_frmChooser) in order that I could make updates and have them use the old version until I was ready. Once I was ready I saved the form as the original (frmChooser) and deleted the new one (Copy_frmChooser). Well the buttons are not working, so I follow the code into the VB editor - and both of the forms are still listed - I believe this is causing problems with the commands. I cannot delete Copy_frmChooser from the list of Microsoft Access Class Objects - I highlight it and it says that it is missing or misspelled (of course I deleted it). Is there a way to delete the Copy_frmChooser from the list in the VB area?

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    Re: Command Buttons (MS Access 2000 )

    Export all the objects into a new database.

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    Re: Command Buttons (MS Access 2000 )

    Except the one you don't want, of course.
    And I'd create a new database and import into it, instead of exporting from the problem database. You can specify multiple objects in the Import dialog (File | Get External Data | Import...)

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    Re: Command Buttons (MS Access 2000 )

    Thanks worked great saved me a bunch of time. And yes the import worked where the export transfered the problem.

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