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Hi all,

I am getting a 1001 error (and it states there is no error message for this error) every time i try to generate a query or rebuild a combo box.

I've tried copying and pasting the data into a new database structure both at backend and front end. Still no joy

tried redoing it on a totally different computer just incase it was my machine. same problem.

anyone had this before and any suggestions at sorting this out as the system is critical and not come across this ever before

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Why do you have the word "reserved" in the error code? This would be a problem if you named a column using a reserved word, like Date, Name, etc. Look up the list of Access reserved words and see if replacing them helps.

Did that help?

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Hi MMC,

Unfortunately the error message just says reserved 1001 no error message for this error.

Its just cropped up on a query that's been operating for months without a problem.

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Can you post the SQL string from the query, and any other code you are using to launch this?

Also, sometimes patching is a problem and what worked on one machine does not work on another.

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