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Default SQL Server Management Studio Error!

I have SQL Management Studio and the database is still SQL 2000. I created a user defined function using Management Studio. later, when tried to modify, I can't even open it. It gives me the following error.

Property AnsiNullsStatus is not available for UserDefinedFunction <object>. This property may not exist for this object, or may not be retrievable due to insufficient access rights

Any help would be appreiated
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