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Access Errors

Error #Error Description

5
Invalid procedure call or argument

6
Overflow

7
Out of memory

9
Subscript out of range

10
This array is fixed or temporarily locked

11
Division by zero

13
Type mismatch

14
Out of string space

16
Expression too complex

17
Can't perform requested operation

18
User interrupt occurred

28
Out of stack space

47
Too many DLL application clients

48
Error in loading DLL

49
Bad DLL calling convention

51
Internal error

52
Bad file name or number

53
File not found

54
Bad file mode

55
File already open

57
Device I/O error

58
File already exists

59
Bad record length

61
Disk full

62
Input past end of file

63
Bad record number

67
Too many files

68
Device unavailable

70
Permission denied

71
Disk not ready

74
Can't rename with different drive

75
Path/File access error

76
Path not found

93
Invalid pattern string

96
Unable to sink events of object because the object is already firing events to the maximum number of event receivers that it supports

97
Can not call friend function on object which is not an instance of defining class

98
A property or method call cannot include a reference to a private object, either as an argument or as a return value

321
Invalid file format

322
Can't create necessary temporary file

325
Invalid format in resource file

380
Invalid property value

381
Invalid property array index

382
Set not supported at runtime

383
Set not supported (read-only property)

385
Need property array index

387
Set not permitted

393
Get not supported at runtime

394
Get not supported (write-only property)

422
Property not found

423
Property or method not found

424
Object required

429
ActiveX component can't create object

430
Class does not support Automation or does not support expected interface

432
File name or class name not found during Automation operation

438
Object doesn't support this property or method

440
Automation error

442
Connection to type library or object library for remote process has been lost. Press OK for dialog to remove reference.

443
Automation object does not have a default value

445
Object doesn't support this action

446
Object doesn't support named arguments

447
Object doesn't support current locale setting

448
Named argument not found

449
Argument not optional

450
Wrong number of arguments or invalid property assignment

451
Property let procedure not defined and property get procedure did not return an object

452
Invalid ordinal

453
Specified DLL function not found

454
Code resource not found

455
Code resource lock error

457
This key is already associated with an element of this collection

458
Variable uses an Automation type not supported in Visual Basic

459
Object or class does not support the set of events

460
Invalid clipboard format

461
Method or data member not found

462
The remote server machine does not exist or is unavailable

463
Class not registered on local machine

481
Invalid picture

482
Printer error

735
Can't save file to TEMP

744
Search text not found

746
Replacements too long

2001
You canceled the previous operation.5738

2002
You tried to perform an operation involving a function or feature that was not installed in this version of Microsoft Access.

2004
There isn't enough memory to perform this operation. Close unneeded programs and try the operation again.

2005
There isn't enough free memory to start Microsoft Access.@Close unneeded programs and try again.For information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.3

2006
The object name '|' you entered doesn't follow Microsoft Access object-naming rules.@For more information about naming objects, click Help.2@611734

2007
You already have an open database object named '|.'@Use a different name for each database object of the same type.If you want this object to replace the original object, close the original object, and then save this object using the same name.For more information on renaming a database object, click Help.2@209043

2008
You can't delete the database object '|' while it's open.@Close the database object, and then delete it.

2009
You can't rename the database object '|' while it's open.@Close the database object, and then rename it.

2010
You can't delete the database object '|' while it's open.@Close the database object, and then delete it.

2011
The password you entered is incorrect.

2014
You have given this |1 the same name as an existing |2 in your database.You can't give a table and a query the same name.@Give this object a name that isn't already used by another table or query.

2015
There are no registered wizards of this type.@Rerun Microsoft Access or Microsoft Office Setup to reinstall the wizards. If you want to preserve your security or custom settings, back up the Microsoft Access workgroup information file.For more information on backing up files, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'backing up files'.

2016
You can't modify the attributes of System Tables.

2017
This Visual Basic for Applications Project has been protected with a password. You must supply the password in the Visual Basic Editor before you can perform this operation.

2018
The data access page name '|' you entered is misspelled or refers to a data access page that isn't open or doesn't exist.

2019
The number you used to refer to the data access page is invalid.@Use the Count property to count the open data access pages and make sure that the page number is not greater than the number of open data access pages minus one.@2019460

2020
The data access page theme name '|' you entered is misspelled or refers to a theme name that doesn't exist.

2021
One or more operators in the filter expression is invalid.@For a valid list of operators refer to the help file

2022
You entered an expression that requires a data access page to be the active window.5601

2023
The file name you specified for the data access page already exists.5601

2024
The report snapshot was not created because you don't have enough free disk space for temporary work files.@To fix this, free up disk space (for example, empty the Recycle Bin or delete unnecessary files).

2025
The file is not in the correct format for a Microsoft Access project.

2026
Your computer is missing at least one of the Microsoft Access 97 object libraries. Your converted database will not work until you open this database using Access 97 and then fix any missing references. @Press OK to continue saving this database in the Access 97 format with missing references, or press Cancel if you no longer wish to save this database.42

2027
This operation is not supported for Microsoft Access 1.X databases.

2028
Microsoft Access was unable to close the database object.

2029
Microsoft Office applications cannot suspend while you have documents open from a network location. Exit the applications or close the open documents and try again.

2030
The Microsoft Access project '|' will be opened read-only because one of the following occurred:@The file is locked for editing by another user, or the file (or the folder in which it is located,) is marked as read-only, or you specified that you wanted to open this file read-only.

2031
You can't convert or enable an MDE file.

2032
Some errors happened during the conversion. No converted database was generated.

2033
Name conflicts with existing module, project, or object library.

2034
Cannot Compile Project.

2035
Cannot Load Project of wrong version.

2036
Microsoft Access does not support using ADP Projects when running in Runtime Mode.

2037
Microsoft Access could not perform name AutoCorrect during this operation. The 'Log name AutoCorrect' option is set, but the Data and Misc. Objects is not checked out.3

2038
The file '|' cannot be opened because it has been locked by another user.

2039
You cannot convert a workgroup file from Microsoft Access2000 to Access 97. You must create new security settings in Access 97.

2040
Microsoft Access can't run.3

2041
Microsoft Access couldn't find file '|'. This file is required for startup.

2042
A system error occurred, or there isn't enough free memory to start Microsoft Access. Close unneeded programs and try again.

2043
Microsoft Access can't find the database file '|.'@Make sure you entered the correct path and file name.

2044
You can't exit Microsoft Access now.If you're running a Visual Basic module that is using OLE or DDE, you may need to interrupt the module.

2045
The command line you used to start Microsoft Access contains an option that Microsoft Access doesn't recognize.@Exit and restart Microsoft Access using valid command-line options.

2046
The command or action '|' isn't available now. You may be in a read-only database or an unconverted database from an earlier version of Microsoft Access.* The type of object the action applies to isn't currently selected or isn't in the active view.@Use only those commands and macro actions that are currently available for this database.

2048
There isn't enough free memory to open the file '|.'@Close unneeded programs and try again.For more information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.

2049
The Tahoma font is not present. To restore it, please run Detect and Repair from the Help menu.

2050
Enter an OLE/DDE Timeout setting from 0 through 300 seconds.

2051
The object name '|1' can't be longer than |2 characters according to Microsoft Access object-naming rules.

2052
There isn't enough free memory to update the display. Close unneeded programs and try again.

2053
The command name can't be blank.@Please choose a name.

2054
Microsoft Access is unable to load the Visual Basic for Applications dynamic-link library (DLL) Vbe6.@Rerun the Microsoft Access Setup program.3

2055
The expression '|' you entered is invalid.311732

2056
Microsoft Access can't supply context-sensitive Help.

2057
There isn't enough stack memory left to perform the operation.@The operation is too complicated. Try simplifying the operation.3

2058
The file '|' is incompatible. Microsoft Access needs to be reinstalled.@Run Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access. If you want to preserve your security or custom settings, back up the Microsoft Access workgroup information file.For more information on backing up files, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'backing up files'.3

2059
Microsoft Access cannot find the object '|'.@Make sure the object exists and that you spell its name correctly.

2060
You can't create a field list based on the action query '|.'@Action queries don't have fields. A form or report must be based on a table, or on a select or crosstab query.@Change the RecordSource property for the form or report, or open the action query and change it to a select query.@209232

2061
Enter a zero or greater-than-zero number for this option.

2062
The command name must be shorter than 255 Characters.@Please choose a name.

2063
Microsoft Access can't create, open, or write to the index file '|'; the information (.inf) file it uses to keep track of dBASE indexes.@The index file may be damaged, or you may not have read/write permission for the network drive you're trying to link to.You can link to the dBASE file without specifying any dBASE indexes, but the existing indexes will not be used with the linked table.

2064
The menu bar value '|' is invalid.You supplied an argument to the DoMenuItem method that refers to a menu bar that is invalid.@Use an intrinsic constant or numeric value that refers to a valid menu bar value, such as acFormbar.@611895

2065
The name for the menu, command, or subcommand you entered is invalid.You supplied an argument to the DoMenuItem method that refers to a menu name, command, or subcommand that is invalid.@Use an intrinsic constant or numeric value that refers to a valid menu, command, or subcommand value, such as acRecordsMenu.@611895

2066
A video adapter resolution of at least 640 x 480 pixels is required to run Microsoft Access.

2067
A menu bar macro can only be run if the menu bar macro name is the setting used by particular properties or options.You tried to run a menu bar macro containing the AddMenu action.Set one of the following properties or options to the name of the menu bar macro:* The MenuBar property of a form or report.* The ShortcutMenuBar property of a form, report, or control.* The Menu Bar or Shortcut Menu Bar option in the Startup dialog box.This error also occurs if Microsoft Access attempts to run a menu bar macro containing an AddMenu action that follows an action that makes some other object the active object. For example, the OpenForm action.2@603704

2068
The selected item is customized and doesn't have context-sensitive Help.@For more information on creating custom Help for a form, report, or control, click Help.210930

2069
The key or key combination |1 in |2 has invalid syntax or is not allowed.@Use the SendKeys syntax to specify the key or key combinations.For the allowed key or key combinations, click Help.2@610144

2070
You already assigned the key or key combination |1 in |2 to another macro.@Only the first key or key combination will be used.2@610144

2071
The Docking property can't be set to '|1' at this time.If you want to set the Docking property to '|2', move the toolbar from its current position and try again.

2072
Successfully imported '|'.

2073
Successfully exported '|'.

2074
This operation is not supported within transactions.

2075
This operation requires an open database.

2076
Successfully linked '|'.

2077
This Recordset is not updatable

2078
Help isn't available due to lack of memory or improper installation of Microsoft Windows or Microsoft Access.@For more information on troubleshooting a low memory problem, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.If you need to reinstall Microsoft Access, you may want to preserve your security or custom settings. To do so, back up the Microsoft Access workgroup information file.For more information on backing up files, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'backing up files'.3

2079
Form is read-only, because the Unique Table property is not set.

2080
The toolbar or menu | already exists.@Do you want to replace the existing toolbar or menu?92

2081
The Create From Macro command only works when a macro is selected in the Database window.

2082
Only fields from the Unique Table can be edited.

2083
The database '|' is read-only.You can't save changes made to data or object definitions in this database.

2084
Field '|' is based on an expression and can't be edited

2085
The ODBC Refresh Interval setting must be from 1 through 32,766 seconds.

2086
Recordset requires a form to be updatable.

2087
Microsoft Access can't display the Add-ins submenu.@The Add-ins submenu expression '|' you entered exceeds the 256-character limit.@Shorten the macroname or functionname expression in the Menu Add-ins key of the Windows Registry setting, and then restart Microsoft Access.For more information on customizing Microsoft Access settings in the Windows Registry, click Help.@209015@3

2088
Microsoft Access can't display the Add-ins submenu | because a setting you entered in the Windows Registry is missing a macro name or function name expression.Supply the missing expression in the Menu Add-ins key of the Windows Registry, and then restart Microsoft Access.For more information on customizing Microsoft Access settings in the Windows Registry, click Help.@209015@3

2089
Microsoft Access can't display the same menu more than once in a menu bar.603704

2090
An action within the current global menu's macro group can't change the global menu bar.@Microsoft Access can't display the global menu bar because the macro called when you first set the global menu includes another action that tries to reset the global menu.@Check your menu bar macros, and make sure that you set the global menu bar only once.

2091
'|' is an invalid name.

2092
The value you specified for the setting argument in the SetOption method isn't the correct type of Variant for this option.You specified a string when Microsoft Access expected a number.@Check the Options dialog box (Tools menu) to see what type of data is required to set this particular option. For example, the setting for the Default Database Folder option must be a string. To see what type of Variant you passed to the SetOption method, use the VarType function.For more information, search the Help index for 'Variant data type' and 'VarType function'.

2093
The numeric value for the setting argument in the SetOption method doesn't correspond to any list box or option group settings in the Options dialog box.@Valid settings are 0 (the first item in the list) through | (the last item in the list).@606210

2094
Microsoft Access can't find the toolbar '|.'You tried to run a macro that includes a ShowToolbar action or a Visual Basic procedure that includes a ShowToolbar method.* The toolbar name may be misspelled.* This action may refer to a custom toolbar that was deleted from or renamed in the current database.* This action may refer to a custom toolbar that exists in a different database.@606458

2095
Microsoft Access can't switch to |.@The Microsoft application you tried to open can't be found or hasn't been installed on your computer.3

2096
Microsoft Access can't open the Microsoft Office application because it can't find the dynamic-link library Mstool32.@Run Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access. If you want to preserve your security or custom settings, back up the Microsoft Access workgroup information file.For more information on backing up files, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'backing up files'.3

2097
The table you tried to create an import/export specification for was created in an earlier version of Microsoft Access.@Convert this database to the current version of Microsoft Access by using the Convert Database command (Tools menu, Database Utilities submenu).

2100
The control or subform control is too large for this location.@The number you entered for the Left, Top, Height, or Width property is too large or is a negative number.@Reduce the size of the control or subform control, or enter a positive number.

2101
The setting you entered isn't valid for this property.@To see the valid settings for this property, search the Help index for the name of the property.

2102
The form name '|' is misspelled or refers to a form that doesn't exist.If the invalid form name is in a macro, an Action Failed dialog box will display the macro name and the macro's arguments after you click OK. Open the Macro window, and enter the correct form name.

2103
The report name '|' you entered in either the property sheet or macro is misspelled or refers to a report that doesn't exist.If the invalid report name is in a macro, an Action Failed dialog box will display the macro name and the macro's arguments after you click OK. Open the Macro window, and enter the correct report name.

2104
You entered the control name '|,' which is already in use.You already have a control on the form with this name, or an existing control has its name mapped to this name for Visual Basic.Visual Basic maps spaces in control names to underscores. For example, My Control and My_Control are treated as duplicate names.@611734

2105
You can't go to the specified record.You may be at the end of a recordset.

2106
| errors occurred when you loaded the form or report.You loaded a form or report that has controls or properties that Microsoft Access doesn't recognize and will ignore.

2107
The value you entered doesn't meet the validation rule defined for the field or control.@To see the validation rule, click Design view, click the appropriate field, and then, if the property sheet isn't open, click the Properties button on the toolbar. Then click the Data tab.@To solve this problem, enter a value that meets the validation rule, or press ESC to undo your changes.@211730

2108
You must save the field before you execute the GoToControl action, the GoToControl method, or the SetFocus method.You tried to move the focus to another control using the SetFocus method, GoToControl action, or the GoToControl method.@Set the macro or method to the AfterUpdate property instead of the BeforeUpdate property so it saves the field before changing the focus.@606314

2109
There is no field named '|' in the current record.

2110
Microsoft Access can't move the focus to the control |. The control may be a type that can't receive the focus, such as a label.* The control's Visible property may be set to No.* The control's Enabled property may be set to No.@603016

2111
The changes you made can't be saved.@The save operation may have failed due to the temporary locking of the records by another user.* Click OK to try again. You may need to click OK several times (or wait until the other user closes the table).* Click Cancel if repeated attempts to save your changes fail.3

2112
The item on the Clipboard can't be pasted into this control.

2113
The value you entered isn't valid for this field.@For example, you may have entered text in a numeric field or a number that is larger than the FieldSize setting permits.

2114
Microsoft Access doesn't support the format of the file '|,' or file is too large. Try converting the file to BMP or GIF format.

2115
The macro or function set to the BeforeUpdate or ValidationRule property for this field is preventing Microsoft Access from saving the data in the field. If this is a macro, open the macro in the Macro window and remove the action that forces a save (for example, GoToControl).* If the macro includes a SetValue action, set the macro to the AfterUpdate property of the control instead.* If this is a function, redefine the function in the Module window.

2116
The value in the field or record violates the validation rule for the record or field.@For example, you may have changed a validation rule without verifying whether the existing data matches the new validation rule.@Click Undo on the Edit menu to restore the previous value, or enter a new value that meets the validation rule for the field.@2@209121

2117
Microsoft Access has canceled the Paste operation.@The text on the Clipboard is too long to paste into the form. For example, you may have pasted too much text into a label or entered too much text in the ColumnWidths property.@Paste smaller sections. For labels, you must paste fewer than 2,048 characters.

2118
You must save the current field before you run the Requery action. If you are running a macro from the Database window, save the field first, and then run the macro.* If the macro name is the setting of the BeforeUpdate property in a Visual Basic function, set the AfterUpdate property to the name of the macro instead.@603033

2119
The Requery action can't be used on the control '|.'@Certain controls, such as labels and rectangles, can't receive the focus; therefore, you can't apply a Requery action to them.@603033

2120
To create a form, report or data access page using this wizard, you must first select the table or query on which the form, report or data access page will be based.

2121
Microsoft Access can't open the form '|.'@It contains data that Microsoft Access doesn't recognize.Re-create the form or, if you maintain backup copies of your database, retrieve a copy of the form.

2122
You can't view a form as a continuous form if it contains a subform, an ActiveX control, or a bound chart.@Set the DefaultView property of the form to Single Form, Datasheet, PivotTable, or PivotChart.

2123
The control name you entered doesn't follow Microsoft Access object-naming rules.2@611734

2124
The form name you entered doesn't follow Microsoft Access object-naming rules.2@611734

2125
The setting for the FontSize property must be from 1 through 127.612551

2126
The setting for the ColumnCount property must be from 1 through 255.600936

2127
The setting for the BoundColumn property can't be greater than the setting for the ColumnCount property.600839

2128
Microsoft Access encountered errors while importing |1.@For more detailed error information, see the file '|2'.

2129
The setting for the DefaultEditing property must be Allow Edits, Read Only, Data Entry, or Can't Add Records.@Enter 1, 2, 3, or 4 for the DefaultEditing property.

2130
The settings for the GridX and GridY properties must be from 1 through 64.

2131
An expression can't be longer than 2,048 characters.

2132
The setting for the DecimalPlaces property must be from 0 through 15, or 255 for Auto (default).

2133
You can't place a form (or report) within itself.@Select or enter a different form or report to serve as the subform or subreport.

2134
The setting for the Width property must be from 0 through 22 inches (55.87 cm).

2135
This property is read-only and can't be set.

2136
To set this property, open the form or report in Design view.@For more information on this property, search the Help index for the name of the property.

2137
You can't use Find or Replace now.@The fields are not searchable due to one of the following:* The fields are controls (such as buttons or OLE objects).* The fields have no data.* There are no fields to search.

2138
You can't search the field for the specified value.@Resolve the error given in the previous error message before you attempt to search again.

2139
You can't replace the current value of the field with the replacement text.@Resolve any errors before making further replacements.

2140
Microsoft Access can't save the change you made to the record in the Replace operation for the reason given in the previous error message.@Click Undo Current Record on the Edit menu, or enter a new value in the field.

2141
Microsoft Access can't find the text you specified in the Find What box.

2142
The FindRecord action requires a Find What argument.You tried to run a macro set to one of the current field's properties, but you left the Find What argument blank.@When you click OK, an Action Failed dialog box will display the macro name and the macro's arguments. In the Macro window, enter text or an expression for the Find What argument, and try the Search operation again.@603015

2143
You didn't specify search criteria with a FindRecord action.@In the Macro window, insert a FindRecord action before the FindNext action.@603015

2144
The setting for the ListRows property must be from 1 through 255.604055

2145
The ColumnWidths property setting must be a value from 0 through 22 inches (55.87 cm) for each column in a list box or a combo box.If there is more than one column, separate the numbers with either a semicolon or the list separator character. List separator characters are defined in the Regional Settings section of Windows Control Panel.@600847

2146
Microsoft Access can't save the last change for the reason given in the previous error message.@For example, you may have entered a duplicate value in a field with an index that prohibits duplicate values.@Click Undo on the Edit menu, or enter a new value in the field.

2147
You must be in Design view to create or delete controls.5054

2148
The number you used to refer to the form or report section is invalid.@Make sure that the number is less than the number of sections in the form or report.

2149
The constant you entered for the control type is invalid.@For a list of valid constants you can use to create a control, click Help.2@610905

2150
This type of control can't contain other controls.

2151
The parent control can't contain the type of control you selected.@For example, you used the CreateControl function to designate an option group as the parent of a text box.

2152
You can set group levels for reports only, not for forms.

2153
You can't specify more than 10 group levels.

2154
You can't call this function when the Sorting and Grouping box is open.

2155
Microsoft Access has encountered an error in compiling the Visual Basic code.You don't have permission to edit code; inform someone who does have permission about this error.

2156
Microsoft Access has encountered an error in compiling the Visual Basic code.@Do you want to view the error in its context?92

2157
The sum of the top margin, the bottom margin, the height of the page header, and the height of the page footer is greater than the length of the page you are printing on.

2158
You can use the Print method and the report graphics methods (Circle, Line, PSet, and Scale) only in an event procedure or a macro set to the OnPrint, the OnFormat, or the OnPage event property.210129

2159
There isn't enough memory to initialize the Print method or one of the report graphics methods (Circle, Line, PSet, Scale).@Close unneeded programs and try again to print or preview the report.For more information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.

2160
Microsoft Access couldn't create the graphic or text.@An error occurred while initializing the Print method or one of the report graphics methods (Circle, Line, PSet, Scale).@Close unneeded programs and try again to print or preview the report.For information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.

2161
The text or expression you entered doesn't match the type of data you are searching for.@Redefine the text or expression, or search in a different field.

2162
A macro set to one of the current field's properties failed because of an error in a FindRecord action argument.@In the Macro window, change the Search As Formatted argument to Yes. If you want the argument setting to remain No, do all of the following:* Select No for the Match Case argument.* Select Yes for the Only Current Field argument.* Make sure you are searching in a bound control.2@603015

2163
The page number you used as an argument for the GoToPage action or method doesn't exist in this form.603017

2164
You can't disable a control while it has the focus.5250

2165
You can't hide a control that has the focus.

2166
You can't lock a control while it has unsaved changes.

2167
This property is read-only and can't be modified.

2169
You can't save this record at this time.@Microsoft Access may have encountered an error while trying to save a record.If you close this object now, the data changes you made will be lost.Do you want to close the database object anyway?202

2170
There isn't enough memory to retrieve data for the list box.@Close unneeded programs. Then close and reopen the active form, and click the list box again.For more information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.

2171
You can't have more than seven nested subforms in a main form.@Remove the eigth nested subform.

2172
You can't use a pass-through query or a non-fixed-column crosstab query as a record source for a subform or subreport.@Before you bind the subform or subreport to a crosstab query, set the query's ColumnHeadings property.2@209979

2173
The control '|' the macro is attempting to search can't be searched.@Try one of the following:* Add a GoToControl action before the FindRecord action.* For the FindRecord action, change the Only Current Field action argument from Yes to No.* Change the focus to a searchable control.2@603015

2174
You can't switch to a different view at this time.@Code was executing when you tried to switch views.If you are debugging code, you must end the debugging operation before switching views.

2175
There isn't enough free memory to continue the Search operation.@Close unneeded programs. Then try the Search operation again.For more information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.3

2176
The setting for this property is too long.You can enter up to either 255 or 2,048 characters for this property, depending on the data type.

2177
You can't insert a report into a form.@A report can be inserted only into a report.

2178
You can't add another section now.@The maximum total height for all sections in a report, including the section headers, is 200 inches (508 cm).@Remove or reduce the height of at least one section, and then add the new section.

2181
You can't sort on a calculated field in a form.You can sort on a calculated field only in a query.@Create a calculated field in a query, sort the field, and then base the form on the query.Because the query must execute before the form opens, the form will open more slowly.

2182
You can't sort on this field.

2183
Microsoft Access can't create an object of the type requested.You are trying either to create a form from a report that has been saved as text, or to create a report from a saved form.

2184
The value you used for the TabIndex property isn't valid. The correct values are from 0 through |.2@606348

2185
You can't reference a property or method for a control unless the control has the focus.@Try one of the following:* Move the focus to the control before you reference the property. In Visual Basic code, use the SetFocus method. In a macro, use the GoToControl action.* Reference or set the property from a macro or event procedure that runs when the GotFocus event for the control occurs.2@606215

2186
This property isn't available in Design view.@Switch to Form view to access this property, or remove the reference to the property.

2187
This property is available only in Design view.

2188
The object you attempted to load from text has an invalid value for the property '|1' on a |2.

2189
Your code contains a syntax error, or a Microsoft Access function you need isn't available.If the syntax is correct, check the Control Wizards subkey or the Libraries key in the Microsoft Access section of the Windows Registry to verify that the entries you need are listed and available.If the entries are correct, you need to correct the Microsoft Access Utility Add-in or the file acWzlib or this wizard has been disabled. To reenable this wizard, click About Microsoft Access on the Help menu, and then click the Disabled Items button to view a list of addins which you can enable. Rerun Microsoft Access or Microsoft Office Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access. Before you reinstall, delete the Windows Registry keys for the Microsoft Access Utility Add-in and acWzlib.

2190
This property has been replaced by a new property; use the new property instead.

2191
You can't set the | property in print preview or after printing has started.@Try setting this property in the OnOpen event.

2192
The bitmap you specified is not in a device-independent bitmap (.dib) format.You tried to set the PictureData property of a form, report, button, or image control.

2193
The left margin, right margin, or both margins are wider than the paper size specified in the Print Setup dialog box.

2194
You can't set the PictureData property in Datasheet view.@To see the valid settings for this property, search the Help index for 'PictureData property'.

2195
The section name you entered doesn't follow Microsoft Access object-naming rules.2@611734

2196
Microsoft Access can't retrieve the value of this property.@The property isn't available from the view in which you're running the macro or Visual Basic code, or Microsoft Access encountered an error while retrieving the value of the property.To see the valid settings for this property, search the Help index for the name of the property.

2197
You can't set a subform control's SourceObject property to a zero-length string if you're displaying the main form in Form view.You can set this property to a zero-length string from Design view, Datasheet view, or Print Preview.

2200
The number you entered is invalid.

2201
There was a problem retrieving printer information for the |1 on |2. The object may have been sent to a printer that is unavailable.

2202
You must install a printer before you print.@To install a printer, point to Settings on the Windows Start menu, click Printers, and then double-click Add Printer. Follow the instructions in the wizard.

2203
The dynamic-link library Commdlg failed: error code '0x|'.@The printer driver for the selected printer may be incorrectly installed.For information on selecting another printer or reinstalling this printer from Microsoft Windows, search the Windows Help index for 'printer setup'.

2204
The default printer driver isn't set up correctly.@For information on setting a default printer, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'default printer, setting'.

2205
The default printer driver isn't set up correctly.@For information on setting a default printer, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'default printer, setting'.

2206
The page number you entered is invalid.@For example, it may be a negative number or an invalid range, such as 6 to 3.

2207
Microsoft Access can't print macros.You tried to use the PrintOut action or method, but the active object is a macro.If you want to print an object other than a macro, use the SelectObject action or method to select the desired object before you run the PrintOut action.@603041

2210
Microsoft Access can't print or preview the page because the page size you selected is larger than 22.75 inches.

2211
Microsoft Access can't print or preview the Debug window.

2212
Microsoft Access couldn't print your object.@Make sure that the specified printer is available.For information on setting a default printer, search the Windows Help index for 'default printer, setting'.

2213
There was a problem retrieving printer information for this object. The object may have been sent to a printer that is unavailable.

2214
There was a problem retrieving information from the printer. New printer has not been set.

2215
Microsoft Access cannot print this PivotTable because its |1 exceed(s) 22.75 inches.@Reduce the |1 by making changes to the formatting or included data of the PivotTable view, and then try to print again.

2220
Microsoft Access can't open the file '|'.

2221
The text is too long to be edited.

2222
This control is read-only and can't be modified.

2223
The file name '|' is too long.@Enter a file name that's 256 characters or less.

2225
Microsoft Access couldn't open the Clipboard.@The Clipboard isn't responding, probably because another application is using it. Close all other applications and try the operation again.

2226
The Clipboard isn't responding, so Microsoft Access can't paste the Clipboard's contents. Another application may be using the Clipboard.* There may not be enough free memory for the paste operation.Close all other applications, and then copy and paste again.

2227
The data on the Clipboard is damaged, so Microsoft Access can't paste it.@There may be an error in the Clipboard, or there may not be enough free memory. Try the operation again.

2229
Microsoft Access can't start the OLE server.You tried to use a form, report, or datasheet that contains an OLE object, but the OLE server (the application used to create the object) may not be registered properly. Reinstall the OLE server to register it correctly.

2234
Microsoft Access can't paste the OLE object.

2237
The text you entered isn't an item in the list.@Select an item from the list, or enter text that matches one of the listed items.

2239
The database '|' needs to be repaired or isn't a Microsoft Access database file.You may have quit Microsoft Access unexpectedly with the database open.@To repair the database, click the Repair Database command on the Tools menu (Database Utilities submenu).If the database can't be repaired, the .mdb file is unusable. Restore the database from a backup copy or create a new database.

2243
The data in the Clipboard isn't recognizable; Microsoft Access can't paste the OLE object.

2244
The file name you specified in the Picture property for a command button or toggle button can't be read. The file you specified may be corrupted. Restore the file from a backup copy or re-create the file.* The disk where the file is located may be unreadable.

2245
The file you specified doesn't contain valid icon data.@Specify a valid icon file.@600829

2246
Microsoft Access can't run the query; the parameter values are too large.@The total length of all the values entered for the parameters cannot exceed 1,024 characters.

2260
An error occurred while sending data to the OLE server (the application used to create the object). You may have tried to send too much data. If you're creating a chart and the chart is based on a query, modify the query so that it selects less data. If the chart is based on a table, consider basing it on a query instead so that you can limit the data.* You may be using an OLE server that doesn't accept the Clipboard format.* You may not be able to start the OLE server because it's not properly registered. Reinstall it to register it.* Your computer may be low on memory. Close other application windows to free up memory.@208951

2262
This value must be a number.

2263
The number is too large.

2264
Microsoft Access didn't recognize the unit of measurement.@Type a valid unit, such as inches (in) or centimeters (cm).

2265
You must specify a unit of measurement, such as inches (in) or centimeters (cm).

2266
'|' may not be a valid setting for the RowSourceType property, or there was a compile error in the function.@For information on valid settings for the RowSourceType property, click Help.2@603853

2267
There is not enough disk space to create a temporary buffer file for printing.@Free up some disk space to make room for the temporary buffer file.

2269
Some library databases couldn't be loaded because too many were specified.@To change library database references, click References on the Tools menu.@209017

2272
The setting for the Update Retry Interval must be from 0 through 1,000 milliseconds.

2273
The setting for Update Retries must be from 0 through 10.

2274
The database '|' is already open as a library database.

2275
The string returned by the builder was too long.@The result will be truncated.

2276
The custom builder you're using caused an error by changing the focus to a different window while you were using it.@Enter a value without using the custom builder.

2277
There was a font initialization error.

2278
Microsoft Access can't save your changes to this bound OLE object.@Either you don't have permission to write to the record in which the object is stored, or the record is locked by another user.Copy the object to the Clipboard (select the object and click Copy on the Edit menu), and click Undo Current Record on the Edit menu. Then open the application you used to create the object, paste the object from the Clipboard, and save it.@410222

2279
The value you entered isn't appropriate for the input mask '|' specified for this field.2@509118

2280
You have added more output formats to the Windows Registry than Microsoft Access can initialize.@Some output formats will not be available. Remove those formats that you never or least often use.

2281
The formats that enable you to output data as a Microsoft Excel, rich-text format, MS-DOS text, or HTML file are missing or incorrectly registered in the Windows Registry.@Run Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access or, if you're familiar with the settings in the Registry, try to correct them yourself. For more information about the Registry, click Help.209015

2282
The format in which you are attempting to output the current object is not available.@Either you are attempting to output the current object to a format that is not valid for its object type, or the formats that enable you to output data as a Microsoft Excel, rich-text format, MS-DOS text, or HTML file are missing from the Windows Registry. Run Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access or, if you're familiar with the settings in the Registry, try to correct them yourself. For more information on the Registry, click Help.209015

2283
The format specification for '|' is invalid.You can't save output data to a file in this format until you correct the setting for the format in the Windows Registry. Run Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access or, if you're familiar with the settings in the Registry, try to correct them yourself. For more information on the Registry, click Help.209015

2284
Microsoft Access can't write to the file. The network may not be working. Wait until the network is working, and then try again.* You may be out of memory. Close one or more Microsoft Access windows, close other applications, and then try again.

2285
Microsoft Access can't create the output file. You may be out of disk space on the destination drive.* The network may not be working. Wait until the network is working, and then try again.* You may be out of memory. Close one or more Microsoft Access windows, close other applications, and then try again.

2286
Microsoft Access can't close the file. The network may not be working. Wait until the network is working, and then try again.* You may be out of memory. Close one or more Microsoft Access windows, close other applications, and then try again.

2287
Microsoft Access can't open the mail session.@Check your mail application to make sure that it's working properly.

2288
Microsoft Access can't load the '|' format.@The setting for this format in the Windows Registry is incorrect. You can't save the output data to a file in this format until you correct the setting in the Registry.@Run Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access or, if you're familiar with the settings in the Registry, try to correct them yourself. For more information on the Registry, click Help.@209015

2289
Microsoft Access can't output the module in the requested format.

2290
There were too many message recipients; the message was not sent.

2291
There are too many message attachments; the message was not sent.

2292
The message text is too long, so it was not sent.

2293
Microsoft Access can't send this e-mail message.@Before attempting to send an e-mail message from Microsoft Access, resolve the problem identified in the previous message, or configure your computer to send and receive e-mail messages.

2294
Microsoft Access can't attach the object; the message was not sent. The network may not be working. Wait until the network is working, and then try again.* You may be out of memory. Close one or more Microsoft Access windows, close other applications, and then try again.

2295
Unknown message recipient(s); the message was not sent.

2296
The password is invalid; the message wasn't sent.

2297
Microsoft Access can't open the mail session.You may be out of memory. Close one or more Microsoft Access windows, close other applications, and then try again. You may also want to check your mail application to ensure that it's working properly.

2298
Microsoft Access can't start the wizard, builder, or add-in. The library database containing the wizard, builder, or add-in may not be installed. Point to Add-ins on the Tools menu, and then click Add-in Manager to see if the library database is installed.* The wizard, builder, or add-in code may not be compiled and Microsoft Access can't compile it. There may be a syntax error in the code.* The key for the add-in in the Windows Registry file may be incorrect.209015

2299
Microsoft Access can't open the Zoom box.@The Microsoft Access Utility add-in is missing or was modified. Rerun Microsoft Access or Microsoft Office Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access and the Microsoft Access Utility add-in.@212620

2300
Microsoft Access can't output because there are too many controls selected that have different styles, such as color and font.@Select fewer controls, and then try again.

2301
There are not enough system resources to output the data.@Close one or more Microsoft Access windows and close other applications. Then try to output the data again.

2302
Microsoft Access can't save the output data to the file you've selected. The file may be open. If so, close it, and then save the output data to the file again.* If you are using a template, check to make sure the template exists.* If the file isn't open, check to make sure that you have enough free disk space.* Make sure that the file exists on the path specified.

2303
Microsoft Access can't output data now. The network may not be working. Wait until the network is working, and then try again.* You may be out of disk space. Free up disk space and try again.

2304
Microsoft Access can't save output data to the specified file.@Make sure that you have enough free disk space on your destination drive.

2305
There are too many columns to output, based on the limitation specified in the output format or by Microsoft Access.

2306
There are too many rows to output, based on the limitation specified by the output format or by Microsoft Access.

2307
You haven't selected any data, or the object you've selected is blank.

2308
The file '|' already exists.@Do you want to replace the existing file?202

2309
There is an invalid add-in entry for '|.'@There is an error in the Windows Registry for this add-in. Correct the setting and restart Microsoft Access. For information on the Registry, click Help.209015

2311
There isn't enough memory to run the NotInList event procedure.

2312
The shortcut '|' must be re-created.@The file may be missing, damaged, or in an older format that can't be read.

2313
Microsoft Access can't find the shortcut databases '|1' or '|2.'@Re-create the shortcut with the correct locations of the databases.2@209032

2314
Microsoft Access can't find the shortcut database '|.'@Re-create the shortcut with the correct location of the database.2@209032

2315
The input string is too long.

2316
This table or query can't be opened because it has no visible fields.@This can result if the table or query has only system fields, and the Show System Objects option is off.@To turn on the Show System Objects option, click Options on the Tools menu, click the View tab, and select the System Objects check box.

2317
The database '|' can't be repaired or isn't a Microsoft Access database file.

2319
Microsoft Access can't import the object '|' while it is open.3

2320
Microsoft Access can't display the field for which you entered Where in the Total row.@Clear the Show check box for that field. If you want this field to appear in the query's results, add it to the design grid twice. For the field that will appear in the query's results, don't specify Where in the Total row, and make sure the Show check box is checked.

2321
You can't set criteria before you add a field or expression to the Field row.@Either add a field from the field list to the column and enter an expression, or delete the criteria.

2322
You can't sort on the asterisk (*).@Because the asterisk represents all fields in the underlying table or query, you can't sort on it.@Add the asterisk to the query design grid, along with the specific fields you want to sort on. Clear the Show check box for the sorting fields, and then specify a sort order.

2323
You can't specify criteria for the asterisk (*).@Because the asterisk represents all the fields in the underlying table or query, you can't specify criteria for it.@Add the asterisk to the query design grid, along with the field(s) you want to set criteria for, and then enter criteria for the specific fields. In the query design grid, clear the Show check box for the criteria field(s), before you run the query.

2324
You can't calculate totals on the asterisk (*).@Because the asterisk represents all the fields in the table, you can't calculate totals on it.@Remove the asterisk from the query design grid. Add the fields you want to use to the design grid, and then select the total you want to calculate for specific fields.1202

2325
The field name you entered exceeds the LinkMasterFields property's 64-character limit.@When you use the Relationships command (Tools menu) to define a relationship between the tables underlying a form and subform, Microsoft Access links the form and subform automatically and sets the LinkChildFields and LinkMasterFields properties.@603990

2326
You can't specify Group By, Expression, or Where in the Total row for this column.@Specify an aggregate function, such as Sum or Count, for the field or expression you designate as the Value in the crosstab query.For more information on aggregate functions, click Help.2@209980

2327
You must enter Group By in the Total row for a field that has Column Heading in the Crosstab row.@The values derived from the field or expression that you designate as the Column Heading are used to group data in the crosstab query.@209980

2328
You can't run an update query on the asterisk (*).@Because the asterisk represents all the fields in the table, you can't update it.@Remove the asterisk from the query design grid. Add the fields you want to update to the design grid.@210001

2329
To create a crosstab query, you must specify one or more Row Heading(s) options, one Column Heading option, and one Value option.209980

2330
Microsoft Access can't represent the join expression | in Design view. One or more fields may have been deleted or renamed.* The name of one or more fields or tables specified in the join expression may be misspelled.* The join may use an operator that isn't supported in Design view, such as > or <.

2331
You must enter Group By in the Total row for at least one of the Row Heading options you enter in the Crosstab row.209980

2332
Microsoft Access can't match the fields you added using the asterisk (*) in the append query.@Because the asterisk represents all the fields in the underlying table or query, you can't append an asterisk to one field or expression, and you can't append a single field or expression to an asterisk.@Append an asterisk to an asterisk (for example, a table to a table), or append specific fields.@209999

2333
You must enter the name of the table you are creating or appending records to.You tried to define a make-table or append query without specifying a destination table.

2334
Microsoft Access can't print '|' because it is an action query.@Because action queries don't produce a recordset, you can't print a Datasheet view of them.Note that an exclamation point (!) joined to a query icon in the Database window marks an action query.@To print a Datasheet view of the records that will be selected by the query, display the query in Design view, click the Datasheet button, and then click the Print button.

2335
You must use the same number of fields when you set the LinkChildFields and LinkMasterFields properties.You entered a different number of fields for one property than you did for the other.If you use the Relationships command (Tools menu) to define a relationship between the tables underlying the form and subform, Microsoft Access will link the form and subform automatically and then set the LinkChildFields and LinkMasterFields properties.@209086

2337
You can't specify criteria on the same field for which you entered Value in the Crosstab row.You tried to display a crosstab query after entering Value in the Crosstab row and criteria in the Criteria row.If you want this field to supply the cross-tabulated values in the crosstab query, delete the entry in the Criteria row. If you want this to be a criteria field, leave the Crosstab row blank.@209980

2338
Microsoft Access truncated the expression you entered.@The expression '|' exceeds the 1,024-character limit for the query design grid.

2339
Microsoft Access can't create a temporary link.You reached the limit for the number of links in your database. Microsoft Access needs to create a temporary link in order to import your ODBC table.@Remove all unneeded links or tables.

2340
The expression you entered exceeds the 1,024-character limit for the query design grid.

2342
A RunSQL action requires an argument consisting of an SQL statement.@For example, an action query that appends records starts with INSERT INTO. A data-definition query that creates a table starts with CREATE TABLE.@603698

2343
The value you entered exceeds the Alias property's 64-character limit.606146

2344
For the TopValues property in the query property sheet, you must enter an integer greater than zero.

2345
For the TopValues property in the query property sheet, you must enter a percentage from 1 through 100.

2346
For the TopValues property in the query property sheet, you must enter a number greater than zero.

2347
Microsoft Access can't find the file name you entered for the DestinationDB property in an action query's property sheet.You may have misspelled the database file name, or the file may have been deleted or renamed.@606183

2348
You can't leave the Alias property blank.606146

2349
For the TopValues property in the query property sheet, you must enter a number smaller than 2,147,483,647.

2350
Microsoft Access can't save the query. The query is a pass-through query and can't be represented as a simple SQL string. Save the query as a named query from the Query Builder. When you close the Query Builder, Microsoft Access will fill the RecordSource or RowSource property with the saved query name.* Make sure the query doesn't have an SQL syntax error.@604309

2351
Microsoft Access can't represent an implicit VALUES clause in the query design grid.@Edit this in SQL view.

2352
You can't modify this query because it has been deleted or renamed by another user.

2353
Bad query parameter '|'.

2360
A field name is missing.You have defined a data type or a description for a field without specifying the field name.@Enter a name for the field, or delete the row.

2361
Microsoft Access can't save this table.@There are no fields in this table.@Define at least one field by entering a field name and selecting a data type.

2362
You already have a field named '|.'

2363
Microsoft Access allows only one AutoNumber field per table.@Use the Number data type for similar fields.

2364
Microsoft Access can't open the table in Datasheet view.

2366
Microsoft Access was unable to save the field ordering. All other changes were saved successfully.@Close this database and choose the Repair Database command on the Tools menu (Database Utilities submenu).

2370
Removing or changing the index for this field would require removal of the primary key.If you want to delete the primary key, select that field and click the Primary Key button.

2371
Microsoft Access can't create a primary key. Your changes weren't saved.

2372
The field name is not valid.@Make sure that the name doesn't contain a period (.), exclamation point (!), bracket ([]), leading space, or non-printable character such as a carriage return. If you have pasted the name from another application, try pressing ESC and typing the name again.2@613793

2373
The setting for the FieldSize property must be from 0 through 255.

2374
You can't create an index or primary key on more than 10 fields.

2375
You can't paste beyond the end of a table.You have attempted to paste fields beyond the 255th row in a table in Design view.

2376
Microsoft Access can't create a primary key.You have selected too many fields for a multiple-field primary key.

2377
Once you enter data in a table, you can't change the data type of any field to AutoNumber, even if you haven't yet added data to that field.@Add a new field to the table, and define its data type as AutoNumber. Microsoft Access then enters data in the AutoNumber field automatically, numbering the records consecutively starting with 1.

2378
This table is read-only.@Use a different name in the Save As dialog box to save your changes.

2379
You can't create a primary key on a field of this data type.You can't define a primary key on fields with an OLE Object data type.

2380
Microsoft Access can't create a primary key because no fields have been selected.You have selected a row with no fields defined.@Place the insertion point somewhere in the row of the field you want to define as the primary key.

2381
Microsoft Access can't create a primary key because the field doesn't have a name.@Name the field, and then define it as a primary key field.

2382
You can't switch to Datasheet view and you can't return to Design view.@Another user has opened this table or a query, form, or report that is bound to this table.

2383
Microsoft Access can't change the data type.@There isn't enough disk space or memory.

2384
You can't change one field from an AutoNumber data type and add another AutoNumber field at the same time.@Do the following:1. Delete the AutoNumber field you added, and click Save on the File menu.2. Add the new AutoNumber field, and save the table again.

2385
Errors were encountered during the save operation. |

2386
Microsoft Access was unable to create the table.

2387
You can't delete the table '|'; it is participating in one or more relationships.If you want to delete this table, first delete its relationships in the Relationships window.

2388
You can't change the primary key.@This table is the primary table in one or more relationships.If you want to change or remove the primary key, first delete the relationship in the Relationships window.

2389
You can't delete the field '|.'@It is part of one or more relationships.If you want to delete this field, first delete its relationships in the Relationships window.

2390
You can't change the data type or field size of this field; it is part of one or more relationships.If you want to change the data type of this field, first delete its relationships in the Relationships window.

2391
Field '|1' doesn't exist in destination table '|2.'@Microsoft Access was unable to complete the append operation. The destination table must contain the same fields as the table you are pasting from.

2392
You can't set the Unique property of a primary key to No.@A primary key, by definition, contains only unique values.If you want to allow nonunique values in this field, remove the primary key definition by setting the Primary property to No.

2393
You can't set the IgnoreNulls property of a primary key to Yes.@A primary key, by definition, can't allow null values.If you want null values in this field, remove the primary key definition by setting the Primary property to No.

2394
The index name is invalid.@The index name may be too long (over 64 characters) or contain invalid characters.

2395
Indexes must have names.

2396
Microsoft Access can't create an index or primary key.@One or more field names are missing.@Enter or select at least one field in the Field Name column for each index you name.

2397
You already have an index named '|.'

2398
The primary key has been changed.@This table is the primary table in one or more relationships. Changes to the primary key won't be saved.

2399
The setting for the FieldSize property must be from 1 through 8000.

2400
The row you inserted in the grid exceeds the limit of 255 rows (fields) for a table or 1,000 rows (actions) for a macro.

2420
The expression you entered has an invalid number.2@611732

2421
The expression you entered has an invalid date value.2@611729

2422
The expression you entered has an invalid string.@A string can be up to 2048 characters long, including opening and closing quotation marks.

2423
The expression you entered has an invalid . (dot) or ! operator or invalid parentheses.You may have entered an invalid identifier or typed parentheses following the Null constant.2@611736

2424
The expression you entered has a field, control, or property name that Microsoft Access can't find.

2425
The expression you entered has a function name that Microsoft Access can't find.

2426
The function you entered can't be used in this expression. You may have used a DoEvents, LBound, UBound, Spc, or Tab function in an expression.* You may have used an aggregate function, such as Count, in a design grid or in a calculated control or field.

2427
You entered an expression that has no value.@The expression may refer to an object that has no value, such as a form, a report, or a label control.

2428
You entered an invalid argument in a domain aggregate function. A field in the string expression may not be in the domain.* A field specified in the criteria expression may not be in the domain.2@610931

2429
The In operator you entered requires parentheses.

2430
You did not enter the keyword And in the Between...And operator.@The correct syntax is as follows:expression [Not] Between value1 And value2

2431
The expression you entered contains invalid syntax.You may have entered a comma without a preceding value or identifier.

2432
The expression you entered contains invalid syntax, or you need to enclose your text data in quotes.You may have entered an invalid comma or omitted quotation marks.For example, if the Default Value property of a text field is ''Huey, Louie, and Dewey,'' it must be enclosed in quotes if you mean it as a literal text string. This avoids the confusion with the expression ''Huey Louie'' And ''Dewey''.

2433
The expression you entered contains invalid syntax.You may have entered an operator, such as the + operator, in an expression without a corresponding operand.

2434
The expression you entered contains invalid syntax.You may have entered an operand without an operator.

2435
The expression you entered has too many closing parentheses.

2436
The expression you entered is missing a closing parenthesis, bracket (]), or vertical bar (|).

2437
The expression you entered has invalid vertical bars (|).

2438
The expression you entered contains invalid syntax.You omitted an operand or operator, you entered an invalid character or comma, or you entered text without surrounding it in quotation marks.2@611732

2439
The expression you entered has a function containing the wrong number of arguments.

2440
You must enclose IIf function arguments in parentheses.1012957

2442
The expression you entered has invalid parentheses.You may have used the parenthesis syntax for an identifier in a query. Use the standard identifier syntax:Forms![Form]![Control].@411729

2443
You can use the Is operator only in an expression with Null or Not Null.1008950

2445
The expression you entered is too complex.2@611732

2446
There isn't enough memory available to perform this calculation.@Close unneeded programs, and try again.For more information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.

2447
There is an invalid use of the . (dot) or ! operator or invalid parentheses.You may have entered an invalid identifier or typed parentheses following the Null constant.2@611736

2448
You can't assign a value to this object. The object may be a control on a read-only form.* The object may be on a form that is open in Design view.* The value may be too large for this field.@209424

2449
There is an invalid method in an expression.@For example, you may have tried to use the Print method with an object other than Report or Debug.2@2015551

2450
Microsoft Access can't find the form '|' referred to in a macro expression or Visual Basic code. The form you referenced may be closed or may not exist in this database.* Microsoft Access may have encountered a compile error in a Visual Basic module for the form.@211735

2451
The report name '|' you entered is misspelled or refers to a report that isn't open or doesn't exist.

2452
The expression you entered has an invalid reference to the Parent property.@For example, you may be using the Parent property with a control on a main form or report rather than with a control on a subform or subreport.2@604852

2453
The control name '|' you entered in your expression is misspelled or refers to a control on a form or report that isn't open or doesn't exist.411730

2454
The object name '|' you entered following the ! operator in the expression is invalid.@For example, you may have tried to enter an identifier with two control names separated by the ! operator.2@611736

2455
You entered an expression that has an invalid reference to the property |.@The property may not exist or may not apply to the object you specified.2@2015567

2456
The number you used to refer to the form is invalid.@Use the Count property to count the open forms and make sure that the form number is not greater than the number of open forms minus one.@2019460

2457
The number you used to refer to the report is invalid.@Use the Count property to count the open reports and make sure that the report number is not greater than the number of open reports.@2019460

2458
The control number you specified is greater than the number of controls.@Use the Count property to count the controls on the form or report and then check that the control number you cite is within the range of existing controls.@2019460

2459
You can't refer to the Parent property of a form or report when either is open in Design view.

2460
You can't refer to the RecordsetClone property of a form open in Design view.607393

2461
Use a section number, not a string, to refer to a form or report section.

2462
The section number you entered is invalid.

2463
Use a number, not a string, to refer to a group level.2@606361

2464
There is no sorting or grouping field or expression defined for the group level number you used.@A valid group level number can be from 0 (for the first field or expression you sort or group on) through 9 (for the tenth). Count the group levels in the report starting with zero.

2465
Microsoft Access can't find the field '|' referred to in your expression.You may have misspelled the field name, or the field may have been renamed or deleted.@411730

2466
The expression you entered has an invalid reference to the Dynaset property.@For example, you may have used the Dynaset property with a form that isn't based on a table or query.

2467
The expression you entered refers to an object that is closed or doesn't exist.@For example, you may have assigned a form to a Form object variable, closed the form, and then referred to the object variable.

2468
The value you entered for the interval, number, or date argument in the function is invalid.@Check the argument to make sure that you entered it correctly.For more information on valid argument values, search the Help index for 'DatePart function,' 'DateAdd function,' or 'DateDiff function'.

2469
The expression |2 you entered in the form control's ValidationRule property contains the error |1.@Microsoft Access can't parse the ValidationRule expression you entered. For example, if you enter the expression =MyFunction() in the ValidationRule property, and the function MyFunction doesn't exist, Microsoft Access displays the following message:Unknown function name in validation rule: 'MyFunction'.@To help you create expressions as arguments in Visual Basic, use the Expression Builder. For more information, search the Help index for 'Expression Builder'.11805

2470
There is a(n) '|' in the form control's ValidationRule property.@To help you create expressions as arguments in Visual Basic, use the Expression Builder. For more information, search the Help index for 'Expression Builder'.11805

2471
The expression you entered as a query parameter produced this error: '|'2@611805

2472
The LinkMasterFields property setting has produced this error: '|'2@603990

2473
The expression |2 you entered as the event property setting produced the following error: |1. The expression may not result in the name of a macro, the name of a user-defined function, or [Event Procedure].* There may have been an error evaluating the function, event, or macro.

2474
The expression you entered requires the control to be in the active window.@Try one of the following:* Open or select a form or report containing the control.* Create a new control in the active window, and try the operation again.

2475
You entered an expression that requires a form to be the active window.5601

2476
You entered an expression that requires a report to be the active window.5603

2477
You entered an invalid objecttype value '|' in an If TypeOf object Is objecttype condition of an If...Then...Else statement.@The objecttype can be any one of the following: BoundObjectFrame, CheckBox, ComboBox, CommandButton, Label, Line, ListBox, UnboundObjectFrame, OptionButton, OptionGroup, PageBreak, Rectangle, Subform, Subreport, TextBox, ToggleButton, ImageControl, or OLEControl.

2478
Microsoft Access doesn't allow you to use this method in the current view.@Most methods, including the SetFocus and Requery methods, can't be used in form or report Design view.2@2015551

2479
The event procedure '|' can't be a Function procedure; it must be a Sub procedure.If you want to run a Function procedure when an event occurs, try one of the following:* Set the event property to the name of a macro containing a RunCode action that runs the Function procedure.* Set the event property to =FunctionName().

2480
You referred to a property by a numeric argument that isn't one of the property numbers in the collection.@Check the property numbers in the collection.

2481
You can't set a value while a document is in Print Preview.

2482
Microsoft Access can't find the name '|' you entered in the expression.You may have specified a control that wasn't on the current object without specifying the correct form or report context.@To refer to a control on another form or report, precede the control name with the name of a collection, usually either Forms or Reports, and the name of the form or report to which the control belongs.For example, Forms![Products]![Units In Stock].

2483
You can't move to a previous control when only one control has had the focus.@Use the PreviousControl property only after you've moved the focus to a second control.@607144

2484
There is no active datasheet.

2485
Microsoft Access can't find the macro '|.'@The macro (or its macro group) doesn't exist, or the macro is new but hasn't been saved.Note that when you enter the macrogroupname.macroname syntax in an argument, you must specify the name the macro's macro group was last saved under.@210183

2486
You can't carry out this action at the present time.You tried to run a macro or used the DoCmd object in Visual Basic to carry out an action. However, Microsoft Access is performing another activity that prevents this action from being carried out now.For example, no actions on a form can be carried out while Microsoft Access is repainting a control or calculating an expression.@Carry out the action later.

2487
The Object Type argument for the action or method is blank or invalid. For a Close, GoToRecord, or RepaintObject action, enter values for both arguments, or leave both blank to perform the action on the active object.* For a DeleteObject, Rename, or CopyObject action, enter values for both arguments, or leave both blank to perform the action on the object currently selected in the Database window.* For a SendObject or OutputTo action, enter values for both arguments, or leave the Object Name argument blank if you want the action performed on the active object of the specified object type.* If you're using a method with the DoCmd object, use an intrinsic constant that equates to a valid object type or the corresponding numeric value for the argument name.@612276

2488
You can't use the ApplyFilter action on this window. You tried to use the ApplyFilter action or method, but you didn't apply the filter to a table, query, form, or report.* You may have applied the filter to a form, but the form wasn't open in Form or Datasheet view.* You may have applied the filter to a report but didn't use the ApplyFilter action in a macro specified by the OnOpen property setting.@Use the SelectObject action or method to select the table, query, form, or report before applying the filter.@603041

2489
The object '|' isn't open. The macro you are running (directly or indirectly) contains a GoToRecord, RepaintObject, or SelectObject action, but the Object Name argument names an object that is closed.* The objectname argument for the GoToRecord, RepaintObject, or SelectObject method names an object that is closed.@Use one of the Open actions or methods to open the object so that you can carry out the desired action.

2491
The action or method is invalid because the form or report isn't bound to a table or query.You tried to use the ApplyFilter action or method. However, the form or report you applied the filter to is not based on a table or query, so the form or report doesn't have any records to apply a filter to.@Use the SelectObject action or method to select the desired form or report before you run the ApplyFilter action.To base a form or report on a table or query, open the form or report in Design view, and enter the table or query name in the RecordSource property.@603041

2492
Microsoft Access can't find the macro '|2' in the macro group '|1.'You used the macrogroupname.macroname syntax to specify a macro. You then tried to run the macro (directly or indirectly), or you used the RunMacro method to run the macro. However, the macro you specified isn't in this macro group.@Create the macro in the macro group, specify the correct macro group, or specify the correct macro name.@611313

2493
This action requires an Object Name argument.

2494
The action or method requires a Form Name argument.You tried to use the OpenForm action or method, but you left the Form Name argument blank.@In the Form Name argument, enter the name of a form in the current database.@611313

2495
The action or method requires a Table Name argument.You tried to use the OpenTable, TransferSpreadsheet, or TransferText action or method, but you left the Table Name argument blank.@In the Table Name argument, enter the name of a table that is in the current database.

2496
The action or method requires a Query Name argument.You tried to use the OpenQuery action or method, but you left the Query Name argument blank.@In the Query Name argument, enter a query name.

2497
The action or method requires a Report Name argument.You tried to use the OpenReport action or method, but you left the Report Name argument blank.@In the Report Name argument, enter the name of a report.

2498
An expression you entered is the wrong data type for one of the arguments.You tried to run a macro or use a method to carry out an action, but an expression evaluated to the wrong data type.For example, for the Close method you specified a string for the Object Type argument, but this argument can be set only to certain intrinsic constants or their numeric equivalents.

2499
You can't use the GoToRecord action or method on an object in Design view.@Try one of the following:* Switch to Form or Datasheet view for a form.* Switch to Datasheet view for a query or table.* If you are running a macro or Visual Basic procedure containing an action that opens the object, set the View argument to the correct view before you carry out the GoToRecord action.2@603018

2500
You must enter a number greater than zero for a Repeat Count argument.You tried to use the RunMacro action or method, but you entered a value less than zero (or an expression that evaluates to less than zero) in the Repeat Count argument.@To run the macro once, leave this argument blank.

2501
The | action was canceled.You used a method of the DoCmd object to carry out an action in Visual Basic, but then clicked Cancel in a dialog box.For example, you used the Close method to close a changed form, then clicked Cancel in the dialog box that asks if you want to save the changes you made to the form.

2502
The action or method requires a Macro Name argument. You tried to use the RunMacro action or method, but you left the Macro Name argument blank.* Microsoft Access tried to create a custom menu bar for a form or report, but the Menu Macro Name argument of the AddMenu action is blank.@In the Menu Macro Name argument, enter the name of a macro or macro group that is in the current database.

2503
You can't use this action with the DoCmd object.@For a list of the actions that the DoCmd object doesn't support and some alternatives to using these actions, click Help.Any actions that aren't in this list can be used with the DoCmd object.2@611313

2504
The action or method requires at least | argument(s).You tried to run a macro containing an action or used a method or action with the DoCmd object, but you didn't set the required number of arguments.For example, if you use the MoveSize action, you must set at least one of the four arguments.@611313

2505
An expression in argument | has an invalid value.You tried to run a macro or used the DoCmd object in Visual Basic. The argument number above is the position of the argument as it appears in the Macro window, the Action Failed dialog box, or the Object Browser (if you're using the DoCmd object).@Try one of the following:* Select a setting from the drop-down list box in each argument.* Use an intrinsic constant equating to a valid object type.* Substitute the correct corresponding expression.@611895

2506
A value you entered for the Transfer Type argument is invalid.@An expression in the Transfer Type argument doesn't evaluate to a valid numeric value.@Valid values for the Transfer Type argument are as follows:* 0, 1, and 2 for the TransferDatabase action.* 0, 1, and 2 for the TransferSpreadsheet action.* 0 through 6 for the TransferText action.@611313

2507
The | type isn't an installed database type or doesn't support the operation you chose.You used the TransferDatabase method, but an expression in the databasetype argument doesn't evaluate to a valid database type for importing, exporting, or linking.For information on valid database types, click Help.2@604780

2508
A value you entered for the spreadsheettype argument is invalid.You used the TransferSpreadsheet method, and an expression in the spreadsheettype argument doesn't evaluate to a valid numeric value.@Valid values are 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. Note that 1 is an invalid value; you can't import or export to a Lotus .wks format file.@604781

2509
The setting for the Range argument can't be longer than 255 characters.604781

2510
The expression you entered in the Specification Name argument exceeds the 64-character limit.@Select one of the existing specification names from the argument list box when you use the TransferText action in a macro, or enter a name in Visual Basic that follows Microsoft Access object-naming rules.2@611734

2511
The action or method requires a Specification Name argument.You tried to use the TransferText action or method and you specified a Transfer Type argument but left the Specification Name argument blank.@In the Specification Name argument, enter an existing specification name from the argument list box.@611313

2512
Microsoft Access can't parse the expression: '|'.@Click OK to return to the action argument or conditional expression where this expression appears, and then correct the syntax.

2513
The Macro Name argument can't be longer than 64 characters according to Microsoft Access object-naming rules.411734

2514
The action or method requires a Control Name argument.You tried to use the GoToControl action or method, but you left the control name blank.@In the Control Name argument, enter a control or field name from the active form or datasheet.@611313

2515
Microsoft Access can't open the macro '|' because it was saved using a different version of Microsoft Access.@Re-create the macro in the current version of Microsoft Access.

2516
Microsoft Access can't find the module '|.'You tried to use the OpenModule action or method, but Microsoft Access can't find the module you specified in the Module Name argument.@Enter a valid module name from the current database.

2517
Microsoft Access can't find the procedure '|.' You may have used the Run method in Visual Basic but entered an invalid procedure name, or you used the Run method without first opening a database.* You tried to use the OpenModule action or method, but you used an invalid procedure name.

2519
The database must be open for the SelectObject method to run.You tried to run a function in a library database, and the function contains the SelectObject method.

2520
The action or method requires a Module or Procedure Name argument.You tried to use the OpenModule action or method, but you didn't enter a name in either the Module Name or the Procedure Name argument in the Macro window.@Enter a valid name in one of these arguments.

2521
You have specified a Transfer Type that doesn't support the HTML Table Name argument.@Leave the HTML Table Name argument blank unless you are using the Import HTML or Link HTML Transfer Types.

2522
The action or method requires a File Name argument.You tried to use the TransferSpreadsheet or TransferText action or method.@In the File Name argument, enter a file name.@611313

2523
The value you entered for the show argument is invalid.You used the ShowToolbar method.@Valid values for this argument are acToolbarYes, acToolbarWhereApprop, and acToolbarNo, or the corresponding numeric values 0, 1, and 2.@612446

2524
Microsoft Access can't invoke the application using the RunApp action.@The path to the application is invalid, or a component of the application is missing.@Check the path in Windows Explorer or File Manager.

2525
A macro can call itself a maximum of 20 times.Your macro contains a RunMacro action that calls the same macro more than 20 times.@Use a condition to stop the macro after it has been run 20 times, or call another macro with the RunMacro action.

2526
The SendKeys action requires the Microsoft Access Utility Add-in to be loaded.@Rerun Microsoft Access or Microsoft Office Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access and the Microsoft Access Utility Add-in.

2527
Lotus .wks file formats aren't supported in the current version of Microsoft Access.@Convert your .wks file to a more recent format, such as .wk1.

2528
The RunCommand macro action argument is missing, or you entered an invalid command ID for the RunCommand method.

2529
The Toolbar argument can't be longer than 64 characters.

2530
The SelectObject method can't be used on a report that is currently printing.

2531
Your HTML file does not contain any tabular data that Microsoft Access can import.@.

2532
Microsoft Access can't find the macro or sub procedure '|.'@The specified macro, macro group, or sub procedure doesn't exist.@Note that when you enter the macrogroupname.macroname syntax in an argument, you must specify the name the macro's macro group was last saved under. Also, ensure that the referenced macro has been saved, or that the referenced sub procedure expects 0 arguments.

2533
The ApplyFilter action requires that either the Filter Name or Where Condition argument is set.You tried to run a macro containing an ApplyFilter action, but you didn't set the required arguments.@611313

2534
The action or method requires a data access page Name argument.You tried to use the OpenDataAccessPage action or method, but you left the data access page Name argument blank.@In the data access page Name argument, enter the name of a data access page in the current database.@611313

2535
The ApplyFilter action contains a Filter Name that cannot be applied.@The filter name is not a valid argument in the ApplyFilter action in Client Server.@611313

2536
Macros are disabled in this database.

2540
The file '|' you tried to replace is a Microsoft Access system file that is in use and can't be replaced or deleted.

2541
The contents of the Clipboard have been deleted and can't be pasted.@Some applications do not put large objects on the Clipboard. Instead, they put a pointer to the object on the Clipboard. The pointer may vanish before the paste happens.

2542
Specify the database name in the command line so that Microsoft Access can find the macro.

2543
You can't paste a database object onto itself.

2544
Microsoft Access can't find the | you referenced in the Object Name argument.@The macro you tried to run includes a SelectObject action with an invalid name for the Object Name argument.@In the Database window, verify the name of the object you want the macro to select. Then open the macro in the Macro window and enter the correct name for the Object Name argument.@2@603041

2545
The CopyObject action requires you to specify a different destination database or a new name to copy from the current database.@The macro you are running includes a CopyObject action.@Open the macro in the Macro window, and select the CopyObject action. Enter a destination database or a new name in the appropriate argument box.@603009

2546
Select a database object in the Database window before you run the macro containing the | action.2@603009

2547
The database '|' you tried to delete and replace is read-only and can't be deleted or replaced.@Enter a different name for the new database.

2548
Microsoft Access can't run the Security Wizard because this database is open in exclusive mode.@Do you want Microsoft Access to open the database in shared mode and run the Security Wizard?92

2549
Microsoft Access can't delete |1 after compacting it. The compacted database has been named |2.If you compact a database using the same name, Microsoft Access creates a new compacted database and then deletes the original database.In this case, however, the original database wasn't deleted because it is read-only.If you can, remove the read-only status, delete the original database, and then rename the new database using the original name.If you can't remove the read-only status, inform your workgroup administrator.@310299

2550
Microsoft Access can't delete |1 after encrypting it. The encrypted database has been named |2.If you encrypt a database using the same name, Microsoft Access creates a new encrypted database, and then deletes the original database.In this case, however, the original database can't be deleted because it is read-only.If you can, remove the read-only status, delete the original database, and then rename the new database using the original name.If you can't remove the read-only status, inform your workgroup administrator.@310299

2551
Microsoft Access can't delete |1 after decrypting it. The decrypted database has been named |2.If you decrypt a database using the same name, Microsoft Access creates a new decrypted database, and then deletes the original database.In this case, however, the original database can't be deleted because it is read-only.If you can, remove the read-only status, delete the original database, and then rename the new database using the original name.If you can't remove the read-only status, inform your workgroup administrator.@310299

2552
You can't encrypt a database that you didn't create or don't own.@See the owner of the database or your workgroup administrator.

2553
You can't decrypt a database that you didn't create or don't own.@See the owner of the database or your workgroup administrator.

2554
Can't find the database you specified, or you didn't specify a database at all.@Specify a valid database name in the command line, and include a path if necessary.10283

2556
Microsoft Access can't run the Security Wizard because the database has had a password set on it.You will have to unset the database password by choosing Tools|Security|Unset Database Password.

2557
The database you tried to convert was either created in or was already converted to the requested version of Microsoft Access.

2559
Microsoft Access was unable to refresh the linked table '|1' in database '|2' during conversion. Try and refresh the links manually by using the Linked Table Manager (Tools menu, Database Utilities submenu)..

2560
Microsoft Access is unable to load the Database Properties.3

2561
Microsoft Access can't display the Database Properties dialog box.

2562
Microsoft Access is unable to save the Database Properties.

2563
Microsoft Access can't load a dynamic-link library.@Run Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access. If you want to preserve your security or custom settings, back up the Microsoft Access workgroup information file. For information on backing up files, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'backing up files'.3

2564
You can't hide the document '|' while it is open.@Close the database object first, and then hide it.

2565
You can't unhide the database object '|' while it is open.@Close the database object first, and then unhide it.

2566
Microsoft Access is unable to set the application's icon to the file '|'.@Make sure the file is a valid icon (.ico) file. If you're using Microsoft Windows, you can also use .bmp files.

2567
Microsoft Access can't open or convert this previous version database.@The database was created in an earlier version of Microsoft Access. You don't have appropriate security permissions to open or convert databases created in earlier versions.

2568
Microsoft Access can't undo this operation.@An object with the same name already exists. Another user might have created an object named '|' after you had performed this operation on an object with the same name.

2569
Microsoft Access can't delete |1 after enabling it. The enabled database has been named |2.If you enable a database using the same name, Microsoft Access creates a new enabled database and then deletes the original database.In this case, however, the original database wasn't deleted because it is read-only.If you can, remove the read-only status, delete the original database, and then rename the new database using the original name.If you can't remove the read-only status, inform your workgroup administrator.

2571
You can't modify objects created using an earlier version of Microsoft Access.@To convert this database to the current version of Microsoft Access, close the database, point to Database Utilities on the Tools menu, and then click Convert Database.

2572
This database is in an unexpected state; Microsoft Access can't open it.@This database has been converted from a prior version of Microsoft Access by using the DAO CompactDatabase method instead of the Convert Database command on the Tools menu (Database Utilities submenu). This has left the database in a partially converted state.If you have a copy of the database in its original format, use the Convert Database command on the Tools menu (Database Utilities submenu) to convert it. If the original database is no longer available, create a new database and import your tables and queries to preserve your data. Your other database objects can't be recovered.

2573
This database is a replica created in a different version of Access. You can only convert this replica by synchronizing with its Design Master. @Convert the Design Master of this replica set then synchronize the replica with the Design Master.

2574
You can't create another Microsoft Access database with the same name and location as an existing database.You carried out the Make MDE File command, but tried to give the new database the same extension as the old one.@Accept the default .mde extension for your new MDE database.

2575
You can't create a Microsoft Access MDE database from a database replica.

2576
This database is a Microsoft Access 7.0/8.0/9.0 Design Master/Replica.If you click OK, the database you selected will be renamed to |1 and then converted to |2. Everyone using a replica of this database will have to upgrade to Microsoft Access 2000 after the next synchronization.42

2577
The database | is already open.@Close the database before carrying out the Make MDE File command.

2578
Microsoft Access was unable to create an MDE database.

2579
Local forms, reports, macros, and modules in this replica will not be converted. @To retain these objects, please be sure to import them into the Design Master from the original replica.

2580
The record source '|' specified on this form or report does not exist. You misspelled the name, or it was deleted or renamed in the current database, or it exists in a different database.@In the Form or Report's Design view, display the property sheet by clicking the Properties button, and then set the RecordSource property to an existing table or query.

2581
You must define a sort field or expression for the group header or footer in the report you tried to preview or print.208753

2582
You can't set the GroupInterval property to zero when the GroupOn property is set to Interval.@Click Sorting and Grouping on the View menu and try one of the following:* Change the GroupInterval property setting to a number higher than zero.* Change the GroupOn property setting to Each Value.

2583
The ApplyFilter action or method can be carried out only from an Open macro or Open event procedure. You may have tried to run a macro or procedure containing the ApplyFilter action or method from a report property other than the OnOpen property.* You may have tried to run a macro or event procedure on a report that is already open.@To use the ApplyFilter action in a report, set the OnOpen property to the name of the macro, close the report, and then reopen it.@603004

2584
You can't use aggregate functions in a page header or footer.@The page header or footer of the report you tried to preview contains a calculated control with an aggregate function in its expression.If you want to show the result of an aggregate function in a page header or footer, create a hidden calculated control in an appropriate section of the report. Then create an unbound text box in the page header or footer.If you are running a macro, use the SetValue action to set the unbound text box value to the value in the hidden control.@411839

2585
This action can't be carried out while processing a form or report event.@A macro specified as the OnOpen, OnClose, OnFormat, OnRetreat, OnPage, or OnPrint property setting contains an invalid action for the property.@When you click OK, an Action Failed dialog box will display the name of the macro that failed and its arguments.@611909

2586
Microsoft Access changed the MoveLayout and NextRecord properties to True from False.@The macro or Visual Basic function run by the OnFormat property of one of the sections of the report set both the MoveLayout and NextRecord properties to False. Having both properties set to False can make the report print continuously.@Revise the macro or function so that it sets these properties to the values you want.@604656

2587
Microsoft Access can't complete the Output operation.@The Visual Basic code you entered contains a syntax error or the Output procedures are not available.@Make sure there isn't a syntax error in your code. If the syntax is correct, run Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access. If you want to preserve your security or custom settings, back up the Microsoft Access workgroup information file.For information on backing up files, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'backing up files'.

2588
You must select a form to save as a report.

2589
The expression '|' is invalid.@Aggregate functions are only allowed on output fields of the Record Source.

2590
The Var and VarP aggregate functions are not supported in an Access project.

2591
You can't change printer properties in the OnOpen event of a report.

2592
You cannot bind a hierarchical report to a DAO Recordset.

2593
This feature is not available in an MDB.

2594
You cannot Filter By Form when form record source is a recordset object.

2595
Microsoft Access cannot set this property when DefaultSize property is set to True.

2596
Printer object is not available on subforms and subreports.

2597
Unable to bind the report to the specified recordset because the shape does not match the sorting and grouping specified on the report.

2598
Recordset property not available for natively bound reports in MDB files.

2600
Verify the new password by retyping it in the Verify box and clicking OK.

2601
You don't have permission to read '|.'@To read this object, you must have Read Design permission for it. For more information on permissions and who can set them, click Help.2@410222

2602
You don't have permission to modify '|.'@To modify this object, you must have Modify Design permission for it. If the object is a table, you must also have Delete Data and Update Data permissions for it.For more information on permissions and who can set them, click Help.2@410222

2603
You don't have permission to run '|.'@To run this object, you must have Open/Run permission for it. For more information on permissions and who can set them, click Help.2@410222

2604
You can't view this object's permissions.@To view or change permissions for this object, you must have Administer permission for it. For more information on permissions and who can set them, click Help.2@410222

2605
You can't remove this user account from group '|.' You may have tried to remove a user account from the default Users group. Microsoft Access automatically adds all users to the default Users group. To remove a user account from the Users group, you must first delete the account.* You may have tried to remove all users from the Admins group. There must be at least one user in the Admins group.@210212

2606
The object type is invalid.

2607
You don't have permission to cut '|.'@To cut this object, you must have Modify Design permission for it. If the object is a table, you must also have Delete Data permission for it. For more information on permissions and who can set them, click Help.2@410222

2608
You don't have permission to copy '|.'@To copy this object, you must have Read Design permission for it. If the object is a table, you must also have Read Data permission for it. For more information on permissions and who can set them, click Help.2@410222

2609
You don't have permission to delete '|.'@To delete this object, you must have Modify Design permission for it. If the object is a table, you must also have Delete Data permission for it. For more information on permissions and who can set them, click Help.2@410222

2610
You must enter a personal identifier (PID) consisting of at least 4 and no more than 20 characters and digits.@Microsoft Access uses the combination of the user or group name and the PID to identify the user or group.Note that Microsoft Access hides the PID after you create it, so make sure to write down the exact user or group account name and the PID entries. If you ever have to re-create the account, you must supply the same name and PID entries.

2611
Microsoft Access can't find the workgroup file '|.' Would you like to use the default workgroup file?20

2612
The account name is invalid.@For information about naming conventions, click Help.2@210213

2613
You don't have permission to rename '|.'@To rename a database object, you must have Modify Design permission for the object. For more information on permissions and who can set them, click Help.2@410222

2614
You don't have permission to insert this form into another form.@To insert a form into another form as a subform, you must have Read Design permission for the form being inserted. For more information on permissions and who can set them, click Help.2@410222

2615
You don't have permission to change the owner of '|.'@To change the owner of a database object, you must have Administer permission for it. For more information on permissions and who can set them, click Help.5@410222

2616
You can't change permissions for '|.'@To change permissions for this object, you must have Administer permission for it. For more information on permissions and who can set them, click Help.5@410222

2617
You don't have permission to import, export, or link to '|.'@To import, export, or link to this object, you must have Read Design and Read Data permissions for it. For more information on permissions and who can set them, click Help.2@410222

2618
You need to have the database open for exclusive use to set or unset the database password.@To open the database exclusively, close the database, and then reopen it using the Open command on the File menu. In the Open dialog box, click the arrow to the right of the Open button, and then choose Open Exclusive.

2619
You can't change permissions for '|' in a replica.@Permissions may only be changed in the Design Master for the replica set.3

2620
The password you entered in the Old Password box is incorrect.@Please enter the correct password for this account.

2621
That password isn't valid.You may have used a semicolon.

2622
You can't save '|' because it is read-only.@To save, switch to Design View and choose Save As from the File menu.3

2623
Saving the database to the previous version of Access will create a new database that contains none of the security information that you have set. Are you sure you want to proceed?

2624
An error has occurred while changing workgroup database.

2625
Workgroup Administrator couldn't create the workgroup information file. Make sure that you have specified a valid path and file name, that you have adequate permissions to create the file, and that you have enough disk space on the destination drive. (|)

2626
Reserved error (|); there is no message for this error.

2627
There's not enough disk space.

2628
One of your parameters is invalid.

2629
Could not open workgroup file. This is a directory.

2630
The specified path is invalid.

2631
The specified path is too long.

2632
Change Workgroup cannot proceed without your Name, PIN, and a path to the new Workgroup Information File.

2633
Microsoft Access cannot change the password for the logon account '|' because the current connection is using Microsoft Windows NT integrated security.

2634
The new password doesn't match the verify password value.

2635
Microsoft Access is unable to change the password because the old password doesn't match the password of the currently logged in user.

2636
Workgroup file already exists.

2637
Unable to start SQL Server service. To restart the SQL Server service, double click on the SQL Server System Manager icon in the system tray and click Start/Continue.@Once the service is started, point to Connection on the File menu in Access and click OK.92

2638
Unable to start SQL Server service. To restart the SQL Server service, double click on the SQL Server System Manager icon in the system tray and click Start/Continue. If the service fails to start, go to the Services console and verify that the MSSQLServer service Log On information is correct.@Once the service is started, point to Connection on the File menu in Access and click OK.92

2646
Microsoft Access can't create this relationship and enforce referential integrity.@Data in the table '|' violates referential integrity rules.For example, there may be records relating to an employee in the related table, but no record for the employee in the primary table.@Edit the data so that records in the primary table exist for all related records.If you want to create the relationship without following the rules of referential integrity, clear the Enforce Referential Integrity check box.@209086

2648
Microsoft Access created a one-to-one relationship instead of a one-to-many relationship because there is a unique index on the field(s) specified for the related table.If you want to define a one-to-many relationship between these tables, try one of the following:* Delete the one-to-one relationship, and then change the setting of the Indexed property for the foreign key field from No Duplicates to Duplicates OK.* Choose different matching fields.

2649
Microsoft Access can't enforce referential integrity for this relationship.@Make sure the fields you drag are primary key fields or uniquely indexed and that the unique index or primary key is correctly set.If you want to create the relationship without following the rules of referential integrity, clear the Enforce Referential Integrity check box.@209086

2650
Microsoft Access can't create this relationship and enforce referential integrity. The fields you chose may have different data types.* The fields may have the Number data type but not the same FieldSize property setting.@Try one of the following:* Select fields with the same data type.* Open the tables in Design view, and change the data types and field sizes so that the fields match.If you want to create the relationship without following the rules of referential integrity, clear the Enforce Referential Integrity check box.@2@209086

2651
You can't create a relationship between fields with the Memo, OLE Object, Yes/No, or Hyperlink data type.You tried to enforce referential integrity for a relationship, but one or more of the fields you chose have the Memo, OLE Object, Yes/No, or Hyperlink data type.@Select fields in the grid that don't have these data types, or open the tables in Design view and change data types.

2652
You can't delete a relationship inherited from a linked database.

2680
The form or report includes more OLE objects than Microsoft Access can display at one time.@Delete some of the bound or unbound object frames.

2683
There is no object in this control.

2684
The OLE object is empty.You can't edit a bound object frame if the field in the underlying table doesn't contain an OLE object.@Embed or link an OLE object into the bound object frame using the Object command on the Insert menu.09360

2685
The object doesn't have an OLE object data type.@The bound object frame containing the object you tried to edit isn't bound to a field with the OLE object data type.If you want to display an OLE object, set the ControlSource property for the bound object frame to a field with the OLE object data type. Or use a different control, such as a text box, to display the data.09360

2686
Microsoft Access is unable to save the | object.Your computer ran out of disk space while Microsoft Access was saving the OLE object.For information on freeing disk space, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'disk space, freeing'.

2687
There was a problem reading the | object.

2690
A system resource necessary for displaying the | object isn't available.Your computer may be low on memory.@Close unneeded programs, and try the operation again.For more information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.

2691
Microsoft Access can't communicate with the OLE server.@The OLE server may not be registered.@To register the OLE server, reinstall it.

2694
The Clipboard isn't available.@The Clipboard may be in use by another application, or your computer may be low on memory.If your computer is low on memory, close unneeded programs, and then try the operation again.For more information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.

2695
Microsoft Access is unable to display the converted | object.@Delete the object in the bound object frame, and then re-create it.

2696
Microsoft Access can't read the OLE object.@Delete the object in the bound object frame, and then re-create it.

2697
There was a problem loading the | object.@The object you tried to create or edit is not a valid OLE object.@Re-create the object, and then embed or link it again.09360

2698
The | object you tried to create or edit is too large to save. Your database may not contain enough space for the object.* Your computer may be out of disk space.For information on freeing disk space, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'disk space, freeing'.

2699
The connection with the OLE server was lost, or the OLE server encountered an error while you were using it.@Restart the OLE server, and then try the operation again.

2700
Microsoft Access can't find an OLE server or a dynamic-link library (DLL) required for the OLE operation.@The OLE server or DLL may not be registered.@To register the OLE server or DLL, reinstall it.

2701
The OLE server for the OLE object you tried to create is already open.@Switch to the OLE server window and close it. Then try to create or edit the OLE object again.

2702
The | object isn't registered.@The object may be calling an application that isn't installed.@To register the application, reinstall it.

2703
Microsoft Access can't read the | object because communication was interrupted.If the OLE server application is located on a network server, make sure your computer is connected to it.

2704
The | object you tried to edit doesn't have any displayable information.209360

2707
Microsoft Access can't open the file containing the OLE object. You may have specified an invalid file name or an invalid unit of data (such as a range of cells from a worksheet) within the file for the OLE object.* The file you specified may not be available because it's locked by another user or you don't have permission to use it.@Try one of the following:* Make sure the file is available and that you used the correct file name.* Check the OLE server's documentation for information about the syntax to use when specifying an OLE object's data.09360

2711
The file name argument in the GetObject function of the Visual Basic procedure you ran is invalid. You may not have entered, or may have misspelled, the file name.* The unit of data (such as a range of cells from a worksheet) may not be valid.@Try one of the following:* Make sure the file is installed on your computer and that you used the correct file name.* Check the OLE server's documentation for information about the syntax to use when specifying an OLE object's data.010959

2713
A problem occurred when Microsoft Access tried to access the | object. You may have specified an invalid file name or an invalid unit of data (such as a range of cells from a worksheet) within the file for the OLE object.* The file you specified may not be available because it's locked by another user or you don't have permission to use it.@Try one of the following:* Make sure that the file is installed on your computer and that you used the correct file name.* Check the OLE server's documentation for information about the syntax to use when specifying an OLE object's data.09360

2714
The | object doesn't support verbs that can be performed on an OLE object, such as play or edit.@Check the OLE server's documentation for information on the verbs the OLE object supports, or use the ObjectVerbs property or the ObjectVerbsCount property to find the verbs supported by an OLE object.@606970

2715
The index for the Action or the Verb property for the | object is invalid.@The setting you entered may be a negative number or may be too large.@606967

2717
The | object has no displayable information.You tried to perform an operation on a bound or unbound object frame containing an OLE object, but the OLE object is empty.@Use the Object command on the Insert menu to create an OLE object or to embed or link an OLE object from a file that isn't empty.09360

2719
A problem occurred while accessing the | object. The OLE server may not be available because it's on a network server and you lost the connection. Try re-establishing the connection.* The OLE object may be stored in a linked file, but the file isn't available. Activate the OLE server outside of Microsoft Access, and then open the file containing the OLE object to verify that it still exists and can be accessed.

2723
The | object doesn't support the attempted operation.@The OLE object was changed to a picture, or the link to the object was broken.If you want to perform the operation, delete the OLE object, and then embed or link it again.09360

2724
One or more dynamic-link libraries required for using OLE objects is an incorrect version.@Run Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access. If you want to preserve your security or custom settings, back up the Microsoft Access workgroup information file.For information on backing up files, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'backing up files'.

2725
The OLE server isn't registered.@To register the OLE server, reinstall it.

2726
Microsoft Access can't perform the OLE operation because it was unable to read the Windows Registry where the OLE server is registered.@Reinstall the OLE server, and then try the operation again. If problems continue, reinstall Microsoft Windows and the other applications on your computer.If you reinstall Microsoft Access, you may want to back up your Microsoft Access workgroup information file first to preserve any custom settings. For information on backing up files, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'backing up files'.For information on the Windows Registry, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'registry'.

2727
Microsoft Access can't perform the OLE operation because it was unable to write to the Windows Registry where the OLE server is registered.@Reinstall the OLE server, and then try the operation again. If problems continue, reinstall Microsoft Windows and the other applications on your computer.If you reinstall Microsoft Access, you may want to back up your Microsoft Access workgroup information file first to preserve any custom settings. For information on backing up files, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'backing up files'.For information on the Windows Registry, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'registry'.

2729
The OLE object you tried to edit is busy.@Try again later.

2730
There was a problem communicating with the OLE server.@Try again later. If you still can't access the object, try one or more of the following:* Free up system memory. For information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.* Reinstall the OLE server to make sure it's registered.* Check the OLE server's documentation for information about the syntax to use when specifying an OLE object's data.

2731
An error occurred while accessing the OLE server.@The OLE server may not be registered.@To register the OLE server, reinstall it.

2732
Microsoft Access can't read the | object.@Communication between Microsoft Access and the OLE server was interrupted.@Make sure your computer is connected to the network server on which the OLE server is located.

2733
The OLE object you tried to edit can't be accessed.You don't have permission to change the object, or another user opened and locked the object.

2734
You can't save the | object now.@The OLE server is running an operation, or another user opened and locked the object.@Try to save the object again later.

2735
This disk is write-protected. You can't save the | object to it.

2737
Microsoft Access can't find the file containing the linked OLE object you tried to update using the OLE/DDE Links command.You may have misspelled the file name, or the file may have been deleted or renamed.If the file has been moved to a different location, use the OLE/DDE Links command to change the source. Or delete the object, and create a new linked object.

2738
There isn't enough memory to complete the operation.@Close unneeded programs and try the operation again.For more information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.

2739
An error occurred during the operation with an OLE object.@The object is in use.

2741
Your computer ran out of disk space while Microsoft Access was saving the changes you made to the | object.@For information on freeing disk space, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'disk space, freeing'.

2742
Microsoft Access was unable to create more files.Your computer may be low on memory or disk space.@Close unneeded programs and try the operation again.For information on freeing memory or disk space, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting' or 'disk space, freeing'.

2743
The | object is stored in a format that is incompatible with the version of OLE on your computer.

2744
Microsoft Access can't find the OLE server.@The setting for the SourceDoc property may be invalid, or the file may have been deleted, renamed, or moved.@606973

2745
Share.exe or Vshare.386 is missing from your computer; OLE support needs these files to work correctly.@Rerun Microsoft Access or Microsoft Office Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access, the Share program, and Vshare.386.If you want to preserve your security or custom settings, back up the Microsoft Access workgroup information file. Then restore the file to its original location. For information on backing up files, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'backing up files'.3

2746
You can't switch to Design view because your form contains too many OLE objects.@Close other applications, close the form, and then open the form again in Design view. Then delete some of the OLE objects or move them to a different form.

2747
The OLE server can't display the | object.@There is a problem with the file containing the OLE object, or there isn't enough memory available.@Open the OLE server outside of Microsoft Access, and then open the OLE object file.If you can do this, then your computer may be low on memory. Close other programs, and then try the operation again.For more information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.

2748
The Automation object operation isn't available for the | object.@Check the component's documentation for information on which operations are available for an Automation object.

2749
There isn't enough memory to complete the Automation object operation on the | object.@Close unneeded programs and try the operation again.For more information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.

2750
The operation on the | object failed.@The OLE server may not be registered.@To register the OLE server, reinstall it.

2751
The Exit or Update operation failed.You pressed the ESC key (or another key used in the OLE server to stop an operation) while Microsoft Access was saving the changes you made to an OLE object in a form or report.@Try to exit or update again.

2753
A problem occurred while Microsoft Access was communicating with the OLE server or ActiveX Control.@Close the OLE server and restart it outside of Microsoft Access. Then try the original operation again in Microsoft Access.

2754
A problem occurred while Microsoft Access was communicating with the OLE server.@Try one or more of the following:* Make sure you're connected to the network server where the OLE server application is located.* Close the OLE server and restart it outside of Microsoft Access. Then try the original operation again from within Microsoft Access.* Reinstall the OLE server to ensure that it's registered.

2755
There was a problem referencing a property or method of the object.You tried to run a Visual Basic procedure that references an object property or method.@Try one or more of the following:* Make sure the component is properly registered.* Make sure your computer is connected to the network server where the component is located.* Close the component and restart it outside of Microsoft Access. Then try again to run the procedure in Microsoft Access.

2756
A problem occurred when Microsoft Access tried to access the OLE object.@Close the Microsoft Access form or report that displays the OLE object, and close the OLE server. Then reopen the form or report to see if it can display the OLE object.

2757
There was a problem accessing a property or method of the OLE object.@Try one or more of the following:* Verify that the OLE server is registered correctly by reinstalling it.* Make sure your computer is connected to the server on which the OLE server application resides.* Close the OLE server and restart it outside of Microsoft Access. Then try the original operation again from within Microsoft Access.

2758
There was a problem initializing the dynamic-link library Msole20 when you tried to perform the OLE operation. You may have too many Microsoft applications open. Close Windows applications other than Microsoft Access, and try the OLE operation again.* Your computer may have an older version of the dynamic-link library Msole20, in which case you will need to run Setup to reinstall Microsoft Access.If you need to reinstall Microsoft Access, you may want to preserve your security or custom settings by backing up the Microsoft Access workgroup information file.For information on backing up files, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'backing up files'.

2759
The method you tried to invoke on an object failed. You may have specified too many or too few arguments for a property or method of an object. Check the component's documentation for information on the properties and methods it makes available for Automation operations.* There may not be enough memory to run the procedure. Close unneeded programs and try to run the procedure again.For more information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for 'memory, troubleshooting'.

2760
An error occurred while referencing the object.You tried to run a Visual Basic procedure that improperly references a property or method of an object.

2761
There was a problem referencing a property or method of an object.@Check the component's documentation for information on the properties and methods it makes available for Automation operations.

2762
| returned an error while referencing a property of an object.@Check the component's documentation for information on the properties and methods it makes available for Automation operations.

2763
|1 returned the error: |2.@Check the component's documentation for information on the properties and methods it makes available for Automation operations.

2764
The object's property or method can't be set.You tried to run a Visual Basic procedure to set a property or apply a method for an object. However, the property or method doesn't support named arguments.@Check the component's documentation for information on the properties and methods it makes available to Automation operations.

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