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Old December 7th, 2004, 10:12 AM
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Default Loading Access Application from shortcut

I have an AccessXP application that uses linked tables from the server(another Access files placed on the server) and also imports some tables from the same server files to my local application.
I place the app somewhere on the disk and create a shortcut to it on the desktop.
The problem is that when I click on the shortcut to start the app, I get an error message that Windows cannot find the file denoted by the shortcut, but the application is loaded as required anyway.
I checked the code and different options in the Access IDE, but found nothing.
What esle is that all the other Access application I have, are opened normally, without whis problem.
Anybody has any suggestions?
Thank you.

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