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I have a macro that throws a strange (to me) error message when it runs:
"The expression you entered has a function name that Microsoft Access can't

The offending lines are attached to form buttons - OK and Cancel, and there
is a close macro that Not[IsLoaded] uses to close a form. When I look at the
Macro Group, there are small yellow triangles with exclaimation points in
them at the start of the line.

Here's the thing - I used the standard selection for Close and SetValue;
everything about these macro lines is standard Microsoft. I tried changing
the Macro Names to something different from the Action, to no avail.

Can anyone tell me what's happening, and , more important, how to fix the
problem, whatever it is?

Thanks in advance! Bob

Steve Schapel


The yellow triangles indicate actions that will not work unless the database
is in a Trusted Location.

Can you please give us the full details (Actions and relevant Arguments) of
the macro that is producing the error?

What does "Not[IsLoaded] uses to close a form" mean?

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