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BOOK: Beginning Access 2003 VBA
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Default Invalid use of property error.

In chapter 4 I get an error message "Invalid use of property" when clicking the form's lookup command. MS help suggests that I haven't defined both the 'get' and 'let' properties, but I have. I've checked the typing for errors but everything seems to be identical with the book's ( and the downloaded's) code except for style differences.

The book is great, but I'm stymied. Please help|

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I've been getting the exact same error with my clsCar Object in Cahpter 4 and its driving me crazy. I've been over and over this code and everything appears to be correct. I am using Access 2000 instead of 2003, but I'm quite sure that wouldn't have anything to do with it. VAB hasn't changed from 2000 to 2003, and this is a pretty standard task. It's not like I'm trying to perform some band new cutting edge task here that would only be supported by Access 2003.
Anyone out there have any suggestions? What about you Bob? Did you ever figure out what's going on?

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