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Old February 24th, 2006, 08:54 PM
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Final point of clarification:

Version three uses the read-only IsLoaded property of an AccessObject object. I think the AccessObject object was added to version 2K2 of Access. If you use version three, you are using the new Isloaded intrinsic VBA property of an AccessObject.

Version one and two, the user-defined versions, are how it was done in versions of Access prior to the invention of the AccessObject.

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Hi Bob,

Thank you very much. I will work with this Monday. And get familiar with the syscmd function! :) With all the other "features" Access gives its amazing this isn't one of them!

Thank you again,

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Hi Loralee,

Your welcome, and thanks! :) I get bitten alternatingly (is that a word?) by the VBA/VB bug and the C# bug. When one hits, the other just seems to get set down for a while.

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