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The message means that your network connection to the database was lost. either because of a network problem or the database was moved while you had it open. A bit of a repeat question, but this issue for one user has persisted for a while now, so I wanted to state my case.
 
 

 

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These are ongoing issues. Just installed on my phone. I like the desktop products. Have installed the individual apps. Word and Excel have worked well. Getting used to the location of options in the mobile apps is a learning process. I sat with customer service for 3.

It lacks the ability to check mark requires authentication so the mail server doesn’t allow connection. Give it a try. Always been a fan of Office products though. With every significant version upgrade, there are aspects that I’ll have to get used to but it’s par for the course. Using one drive for some storage. Can work on projects using either. I’ll add more as I work with it. We regularly release updates to the app, which include great new features, as well as improvements for speed and reliability.

The command or action ‘ ‘ isn’t available now. Use only those commands and macro actions that are currently available for this database. There isn’t enough free memory to open the file ‘.

For more information on freeing memory, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for ‘memory, troubleshooting’. The object name ‘ 1’ can’t be longer than 2 characters according to Microsoft Office Access object-naming rules. There isn’t enough free memory to update the display. Rerun the Microsoft Office Access Setup program. There isn’t enough stack memory left to perform the operation.

The operation is too complicated. Try simplifying the operation. The file ‘ ‘ is incompatible. Microsoft Office Access needs to be reinstalled. Run Setup to reinstall Microsoft Office Access. Microsoft Office Access cannot find the object ‘ ‘. Make sure the object exists and that you spell its name correctly.

You can’t create a field list based on the action query ‘. A form or report must be based on a table, or on a select or crosstab query. Change the RecordSource property for the form or report, or open the action query and change it to a select query. Microsoft Office Access can’t create, open, or write to the index file ‘ ‘; the information. The menu bar value ‘ ‘ is invalid. You supplied an argument to the DoMenuItem method that refers to a menu bar that is invalid.

Use an intrinsic constant or numeric value that refers to a valid menu bar value, such as acFormbar. The name for the menu, command, or subcommand you entered is invalid. You supplied an argument to the DoMenuItem method that refers to a menu name, command, or subcommand that is invalid.

Use an intrinsic constant or numeric value that refers to a valid menu, command, or subcommand value, such as acRecordsMenu. A menu bar macro can only be run if the menu bar macro name is the setting used by particular properties or options.

You tried to run a menu bar macro containing the AddMenu action. This error also occurs if Microsoft Office Access attempts to run a menu bar macro containing an AddMenu action that follows an action that makes some other object the active object. For example, the OpenForm action. The selected item is customized and doesn’t have context-sensitive Help.

For more information on creating custom Help for a form, report, or control, click Help. The key or key combination 1 in 2 has invalid syntax or is not allowed. Use the SendKeys syntax to specify the key or key combinations. For the allowed key or key combinations, click Help. You already assigned the key or key combination 1 in 2 to another macro. Only the first key or key combination will be used. The Docking property can’t be set to ‘ 1’ at this time.

If you want to set the Docking property to ‘ 2’, move the toolbar from its current position and try again. This Recordset is not updatable.

Help isn’t available due to lack of memory or improper installation of Microsoft Windows or Microsoft Office Access. For more information on troubleshooting a low memory problem, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for ‘memory, troubleshooting’. If you need to reinstall Microsoft Office Access, you may want to preserve your security or custom settings.

To do so, back up the Microsoft Office Access workgroup information file. The toolbar or menu already exists. Do you want to replace the existing toolbar or menu? The database ‘ ‘ is read-only. You can’t save changes made to data or object definitions in this database.

Microsoft Office Access can’t display the Add-ins submenu. The Add-ins submenu expression ‘ ‘ you entered exceeds the character limit. Shorten the macroname or functionname expression in the Menu Add-ins key of the Windows Registry setting, and then restart Microsoft Office Access. Microsoft Office Access can’t display the Add-ins submenu because a setting you entered in the Windows Registry is missing a macro name or function name expression.

Microsoft Office Access can’t display the same menu more than once in a menu bar. An action within the current global menu’s macro group can’t change the global menu bar. Microsoft Office Access can’t display the global menu bar because the macro called when you first set the global menu includes another action that tries to reset the global menu. Check your menu bar macros, and make sure that you set the global menu bar only once. The value you specified for the Setting argument in the SetOption method is not the correct type of Variant for this option.

You specified a string when Microsoft Office Access expected a number. See the Access Options dialog box click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Access Options to see what type of data is required to set this particular option. For example, the setting for the Default Database Folder option must be a string.

For more information, search the Help index for ‘Variant data type’ and ‘VarType function’. The numeric value for the Setting argument in the SetOption method does not correspond to any list box or option group settings in the Access Options dialog box. Valid settings are 0 the first item in the list through the last item in the list. Microsoft Office Access cannot find the toolbar ‘. To convert this database to the current version of Microsoft Office Access, click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click ‘Convert’.

The operation could not be completed because the Smart Tag ‘ ‘ is not recognized by your system. The control or subform control is too large for this location. The number you entered for the Left, Top, Height, or Width property is too large or is a negative number. Reduce the size of the control or subform control, or enter a positive number.

The setting you entered isn’t valid for this property. To see the valid settings for this property, search the Help index for the name of the property. The form name ‘ ‘ is misspelled or refers to a form that doesn’t exist. If the invalid form name is in a macro, an Action Failed dialog box will display the macro name and the macro’s arguments after you click OK.

Open the Macro window, and enter the correct form name. The report name ‘ ‘ you entered in either the property sheet or macro is misspelled or refers to a report that doesn’t exist. If the invalid report name is in a macro, an Action Failed dialog box will display the macro name and the macro’s arguments after you click OK. Open the Macro window, and enter the correct report name. You entered the control name ‘ ,’ which is already in use. You already have a control on the form with this name, or an existing control has its name mapped to this name for Visual Basic.

Visual Basic maps spaces in control names to underscores. You loaded a form or report that has controls or properties that Microsoft Office Access doesn’t recognize and will ignore.

The value you entered does not meet the validation rule defined for the field or control. To see the validation rule, switch to Design view, click the appropriate field, and then, if the property sheet is not open, press F4. Then, click the Data tab in the property sheet. Enter a value that meets the validation rule, or press ESC to undo your changes. Set the macro or method to the AfterUpdate property instead of the BeforeUpdate property so it saves the field before changing the focus.

Microsoft Office Access can’t move the focus to the control. The changes you made can’t be saved. The save operation may have failed due to the temporary locking of the records by another user. You may need to click OK several times or wait until the other user closes the table. The value you entered isn’t valid for this field.

For example, you may have entered text in a numeric field or a number that is larger than the FieldSize setting permits. Microsoft Office Access doesn’t support the format of the file ‘ ,’ or file is too large. Try converting the file to BMP format. The macro or function set to the BeforeUpdate or ValidationRule property for this field is preventing Microsoft Office Access from saving the data in the field. The value violates the validation rule for the field or record.

For example, you might have changed a validation rule without verifying whether the existing data matches the new validation rule. Click Undo to restore the previous value, or enter a new value that meets the validation rule for the field or record. Microsoft Office Access has canceled the Paste operation. The text on the Clipboard is too long to paste into the form. For example, you may have pasted too much text into a label or entered too much text in the ColumnWidths property.

Paste smaller sections. For labels, you must paste fewer than 2, characters. You must save the current field before you run the Requery action. The Requery action can’t be used on the control ‘. To create a form, report or data access page using this wizard, you must first select the table or query on which the form, report or data access page will be based. Microsoft Office Access can’t open the form ‘.

Re-create the form or, if you maintain backup copies of your database, retrieve a copy of the form. You can’t view a form as a continuous form if it contains a subform, an ActiveX control, or a bound chart. The control name you entered doesn’t follow Microsoft Office Access object-naming rules. The form name you entered doesn’t follow Microsoft Office Access object-naming rules.

The setting for the BoundColumn property can’t be greater than the setting for the ColumnCount property. Microsoft Office Access encountered errors while importing 1. For more detailed error information, see the file ‘ 2’. Enter 1, 2, 3, or 4 for the DefaultEditing property. The setting for the DecimalPlaces property must be from 0 through 15, or for Auto default. You can’t place a form or report within itself.

Select or enter a different form or report to serve as the subform or subreport. To set this property, open the form or report in Design view. For more information on this property, search the Help index for the name of the property. You can’t use Find or Replace now. You can’t search the field for the specified value. Resolve the error given in the previous error message before you attempt to search again. You can’t replace the current value of the field with the replacement text.

Resolve any errors before making further replacements. Microsoft Office Access cannot save the change you made to the record in the Replace operation for the reason shown in the previous message. Click Undo or enter a new value in the field. The FindRecord action requires a Find What argument. You tried to run a macro set to one of the current field’s properties, but you left the Find What argument blank. When you click OK, an Action Failed dialog box will display the macro name and the macro’s arguments.

In the Macro window, enter text or an expression for the Find What argument, and try the Search operation again. You didn’t specify search criteria with a FindRecord action. The ColumnWidths property setting must be a value from 0 through 22 inches If there is more than one column, separate the numbers with either a semicolon or the list separator character.

The number you used to refer to the form or report section is invalid. Make sure that the number is less than the number of sections in the form or report. The constant you entered for the control type is invalid. For a list of valid constants you can use to create a control, click Help. The parent control can’t contain the type of control you selected.

For example, you used the CreateControl function to designate an option group as the parent of a text box. The sum of the top margin, the bottom margin, the height of the page header, and the height of the page footer is greater than the length of the page you are printing on.

There isn’t enough memory to initialize the Print method or one of the report graphics methods Circle, Line, PSet, Scale. Close unneeded programs and try again to print or preview the report. Microsoft Office Access couldn’t create the graphic or text. An error occurred while initializing the Print method or one of the report graphics methods Circle, Line, PSet, Scale. The text or expression you entered doesn’t match the type of data you are searching for. Redefine the text or expression, or search in a different field.

A macro set to one of the current field’s properties failed because of an error in a FindRecord action argument. The page number you used as an argument for the GoToPage action or method doesn’t exist in this form. You can’t save this record at this time. Microsoft Office Access may have encountered an error while trying to save a record.

If you close this object now, the data changes you made will be lost. Do you want to close the database object anyway? There isn’t enough memory to retrieve data for the list box. Close unneeded programs. Then close and reopen the active form, and click the list box again.

You can’t have more than seven nested subforms in a main form. Remove the eigth nested subform. You can’t use a pass-through query or a non-fixed-column crosstab query as a record source for a subform or subreport. Before you bind the subform or subreport to a crosstab query, set the query’s ColumnHeadings property. The control ‘ ‘ the macro is attempting to search can’t be searched.

You can’t switch to a different view at this time. Code was executing when you tried to switch views. If you are debugging code, you must end the debugging operation before switching views. There isn’t enough free memory to continue the Search operation. Then try the Search operation again. The setting for this property is too long. You can enter up to either or 2, characters for this property, depending on the data type. You can’t insert a report into a form. A report can be inserted only into a report.

You can’t add another section now. The maximum total height for all sections in a report, including the section headers, is inches cm.

Remove or reduce the height of at least one section, and then add the new section. You can’t sort on a calculated field in a form. You can sort on a calculated field only in a query. Create a calculated field in a query, sort the field, and then base the form on the query. Because the query must execute before the form opens, the form will open more slowly. Microsoft Office Access can’t create an object of the type requested.

You are trying either to create a form from a report that has been saved as text, or to create a report from a saved form. The value you used for the TabIndex property isn’t valid.

The correct values are from 0 through. You can’t reference a property or method for a control unless the control has the focus. In Visual Basic code, use the SetFocus method. In a macro, use the GoToControl action. This property isn’t available in Design view. Switch to Form view to access this property, or remove the reference to the property. The object you attempted to load from text has an invalid value for the property ‘ 1’ on a 2. The code contains a syntax error, or a Microsoft Office Access function you need is not available.

If the syntax is correct, check the Control Wizards subkey or the Libraries key in the Microsoft Office Access section of the Windows Registry to verify that the entries you need are listed and available. If the entries are correct, either you must correct the Microsoft Office Access Utility Add-in, or the file acWzlib or this wizard has been disabled.

This property has been replaced by a new property; use the new property instead. You can’t set the property in print preview or after printing has started. Try setting this property in the OnOpen event. The bitmap you specified is not in a device-independent bitmap.

You tried to set the PictureData property of a form, report, button, or image control. The left margin, right margin, or both margins are wider than the paper size specified in the Print Setup dialog box. You can’t set the PictureData property in Datasheet view. To see the valid settings for this property, search the Help index for ‘PictureData property’. The section name you entered doesn’t follow Microsoft Office Access object-naming rules.

Microsoft Office Access can’t retrieve the value of this property. The property isn’t available from the view in which you’re running the macro or Visual Basic code, or Microsoft Office Access encountered an error while retrieving the value of the property. You can’t set a subform control’s SourceObject property to a zero-length string if you’re displaying the main form in Form view.

You can set this property to a zero-length string from Design view, Datasheet view, or Print Preview. There was a problem retrieving printer information for the 1 on 2. The object may have been sent to a printer that is unavailable.

There are currently no printers installed on your computer. To use this feature, you must first install a printer in Windows. For more information about how to install a printer, search for “install printer” in Windows Help. The dynamic-link library Commdlg failed: error code ‘0x ‘. The printer driver for the selected printer may be incorrectly installed. For information on selecting another printer or reinstalling this printer from Microsoft Windows, search the Windows Help index for ‘printer setup’.

The default printer driver isn’t set up correctly. For information on setting a default printer, search the Microsoft Windows Help index for ‘default printer, setting’. The page number you entered is invalid. For example, it may be a negative number or an invalid range, such as 6 to 3. Microsoft Office Access can’t print macros. You tried to use the PrintOut action or method, but the active object is a macro.

If you want to print an object other than a macro, use the SelectObject action or method to select the desired object before you run the PrintOut action.

Microsoft Office Access can’t print or preview the page because the page size you selected is larger than Microsoft Office Access couldn’t print your object. Make sure that the specified printer is available. For information on setting a default printer, search the Windows Help index for ‘default printer, setting’. There was a problem retrieving printer information for this object.

There was a problem retrieving information from the printer. New printer has not been set. Microsoft Office Access cannot print this PivotTable because its 1 exceed s Reduce the 1 by making changes to the formatting or included data of the PivotTable view, and then try to print again.

Microsoft Office Access couldn’t open the Clipboard. The Clipboard isn’t responding, probably because another application is using it.

Close all other applications and try the operation again. Close all other applications, and then copy and paste again. The data on the Clipboard is damaged, so Microsoft Office Access can’t paste it. There may be an error in the Clipboard, or there may not be enough free memory. Try the operation again. You tried to use a form, report, or datasheet that contains an OLE object, but the OLE server the application used to create the object may not be registered properly.

Reinstall the OLE server to register it correctly. The text you entered isn’t an item in the list. Select an item from the list, or enter text that matches one of the listed items. Microsoft Office Access has detected that this database is in an inconsistent state, and cannot attempt to recover the database because the file is read-only.

The file name you specified in the Picture property for a command button or toggle button can’t be read. Restore the file from a backup copy or re-create the file. The file you specified doesn’t contain valid icon data. Specify a valid icon file. An error occurred while sending data to the OLE server the application used to create the object.

If you’re creating a chart and the chart is based on a query, modify the query so that it selects less data. If the chart is based on a table, consider basing it on a query instead so that you can limit the data. Reinstall it to register it. Close other application windows to free up memory.

Microsoft Office Access didn’t recognize the unit of measurement. Type a valid unit, such as inches in or centimeters cm. For information on valid settings for the RowSourceType property, click Help. There is not enough disk space to create a temporary buffer file for printing.

Free up some disk space to make room for the temporary buffer file. Some library databases couldn’t be loaded because too many were specified. To change library database references, click References on the Tools menu. The setting for the Update Retry Interval must be from 0 through 1, milliseconds. The custom builder you’re using caused an error by changing the focus to a different window while you were using it.

Enter a value without using the custom builder. Either you don’t have permission to write to the record in which the object is stored, or the record is locked by another user. Then open the application you used to create the object, paste the object from the Clipboard, and save it. The value you entered isn’t appropriate for the input mask ‘ ‘ specified for this field. You have added more output formats to the Windows Registry than Microsoft Office Access can initialize.

Some output formats will not be available. Remove those formats that you never or least often use. Output format information is missing. There appears to be a problem with your Microsoft Office Access installation.

Please reinstall Microsoft Office Access or contact your system administrator or help desk representative. The format in which you are attempting to output the current object is not available. Either you are attempting to output the current object to a format that is not valid for its object type, or the formats that enable you to output data as a Microsoft Excel, rich-text format, MS-DOS text, or HTML file are missing from the Windows Registry.

Run Setup to reinstall Microsoft Office Access or, if you’re familiar with the settings in the Registry, try to correct them yourself. For more information on the Registry, click Help. The format specification for ‘ ‘ is invalid.

You can’t save output data to a file in this format until you correct the setting for the format in the Windows Registry. Microsoft Office Access can’t write to the file. Wait until the network is working, and then try again. Close one or more Microsoft Office Access windows, close other applications, and then try again. Microsoft Office Access can’t create the output file.

Microsoft Office Access can’t close the file. Microsoft Office Access can’t open the mail session. Check your mail application to make sure that it’s working properly. Microsoft Office Access can’t load the ‘ ‘ format. The setting for this format in the Windows Registry is incorrect. You can’t save the output data to a file in this format until you correct the setting in the Registry.

Microsoft Office Access can’t send this e-mail message. Before attempting to send an e-mail message from Microsoft Office Access, resolve the problem identified in the previous message, or configure your computer to send and receive e-mail messages. Microsoft Office Access can’t attach the object; the message was not sent. You may be out of memory.

You may also want to check your mail application to ensure that it’s working properly. Microsoft Office Access can’t start the wizard, builder, or add-in. Point to Add-ins on the Tools menu, and then click Add-in Manager to see if the library database is installed.

There may be a syntax error in the code. Microsoft Office Access can’t open the Zoom box. The Microsoft Office Access Utility add-in is missing or was modified. Microsoft Office Access can’t output because there are too many controls selected that have different styles, such as color and font.

Select fewer controls, and then try again. There are not enough system resources to output the data. Close one or more Microsoft Office Access windows and close other applications.

Then try to output the data again. Microsoft Office Access can’t save the output data to the file you’ve selected. If so, close it, and then save the output data to the file again. Microsoft Office Access can’t output data now. Free up disk space and try again. Microsoft Office Access can’t save output data to the specified file. Make sure that you have enough free disk space on your destination drive.

There are too many columns to output, based on the limitation specified in the output format or by Microsoft Office Access. There are too many rows to output, based on the limitation specified by the output format or by Microsoft Office Access. There is an invalid add-in entry for ‘. Correct the setting and restart Microsoft Office Access. For information on the Registry, click Help. The shortcut ‘ ‘ must be re-created. The file may be missing, damaged, or in an older format that can’t be read.

Microsoft Office Access can’t find the shortcut databases ‘ 1’ or ‘ 2. Microsoft Office Access can’t find the shortcut database ‘. This table or query can’t be opened because it has no visible fields. This can result if the table or query has only system fields, and the Show System Objects option is off. The database ‘ ‘ can’t be repaired or isn’t a Microsoft Office Access database file. Microsoft Office Access can’t display the field for which you entered Where in the Total row.

Clear the Show check box for that field. If you want this field to appear in the query’s results, add it to the design grid twice. For the field that will appear in the query’s results, don’t specify Where in the Total row, and make sure the Show check box is checked. You can’t set criteria before you add a field or expression to the Field row.

Either add a field from the field list to the column and enter an expression, or delete the criteria. Because the asterisk represents all fields in the underlying table or query, you can’t sort on it. Add the asterisk to the query design grid, along with the specific fields you want to sort on. Clear the Show check box for the sorting fields, and then specify a sort order. Because the asterisk represents all the fields in the underlying table or query, you can’t specify criteria for it.

Add the asterisk to the query design grid, along with the field s you want to set criteria for, and then enter criteria for the specific fields. In the query design grid, clear the Show check box for the criteria field s , before you run the query. Because the asterisk represents all the fields in the table, you can’t calculate totals on it. Remove the asterisk from the query design grid. Add the fields you want to use to the design grid, and then select the total you want to calculate for specific fields.

The field name you entered exceeds the character limit of the LinkMasterFields property. When you use the Relationships command on the Database Tools tab, click Relationships to define a relationship between the tables underlying a form and subform, Microsoft Office Access links the form and subform automatically and sets the LinkChildFields and LinkMasterFields properties.

Specify an aggregate function, such as Sum or Count, for the field or expression you designate as the Value in the crosstab query. You can also select different location. Step 7 — Your saving is in process. Pearson Willey is a website content writer and long-form content planner. Besides this, he is also an avid reader.

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