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Default Chapter 5 ADO, form bound to a recordset

I used the code on page 136 for form load and changed the recordset source table name to my own table (Employee Names) and changed the string connection to go to my own database. I also changed the control source of the text boxes on the form to match the names in my source table. I am receiving #Name? errors in all of the text boxes. What should I do?
 
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I used the code on page 136 for form load and changed the recordset source table name to my own table (Employee Names) and changed the string connection to go to my own database. I also changed the control source of the text boxes on the form to match the names in my source table. I am receiving #Name? errors in all of the text boxes. What should I do?
Have you gotten this fixed yet? If not, post back and we can try to help. It would seem that the form can't find something so I was wondering if your table name wasn't assigned properly. Anyway, let us know. I just noticed that this had been unanswered.
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