How To Fix Runtime Error 2185
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You Cannot Reference A Property Or Method For A Control Unless The Control Has The Focus
Oct 7 '08 #3 reply Expert 2.5K+ P: 3,532 missinglinq Glad you got it working! in what event? Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Microsoft Access Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Non-SQL Forums MongoDB Database Server Software Adabas DB2 Informix Microsoft The time now is 03:10 AM.
who put data there that you don't want? Thanks again! -- Scott S "Allen Browne" wrote: > Scott, the only case that comes to mind is where: > - You have a form that contains no records, and > And since it's the Default Property for a textbox/combobox, you don't actually have to include it! But, the line has to stay..
In fact, I often use a separate function to set control value so I don't have to remember which it is (or if I may be editing data in several controls Runtime Error 424 Post your question and get tips & solutions from a community of 419,083 IT Pros & Developers. I opened your file and tried it out. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
Reply With Quote Feb 13th, 2009,11:50 AM #4 MarkWalsh View Profile View Forum Posts Addicted Member Join Date Jan 2009 Posts 183 Re: Access 2007 Referencing Controls Without Focus Which line Forgot your password? Reply With Quote 05-12-2016,12:33 PM #11 MatthewR View Profile View Forum Posts Competent Performer Windows 7 64bit Access 2010 64bit Join Date Jun 2015 Posts 116 Sorry, Steve. Reply With Quote 05-11-2016,01:53 PM #6 ssanfu View Profile View Forum Posts VIP Windows XP Access 2010 32bit Join Date Sep 2010 Location Anchorage, Alaska, USA Posts 5,850 You must have
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It's quick & easy. Thanks in advance for any help or insight, -- Scott S Guest, Nov 8, 2007 #1 Advertisements Allen Browne Guest Scott, the only case that comes to mind is where: Not the answer you're looking for? http://analysedesgeeks.com/runtime-error/internal-error-expression-error-runtime-error-call-of-duty.html txbTestYr.text = strFromYr End Sub I thought that maybe I was causing a conflict by switching from a .Value in the variable assignment to a .Text in the text box reference.
The program stops on the first line of code, that is, "Private Sub . . .", however, the .Text property of the line assigning the string variable to the text box Labels don't have a .Value or .Text property; you change the value of a label with .Caption property. asked 3 years ago viewed 8689 times active 2 years ago Blog Stack Overflow Podcast #97 - Where did you get that hat?!
It's in the control's On Change event.
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MZTools (free upgrade for the VB6/VBA Editor) Reply With Quote Feb 13th, 2009,10:42 AM #3 Sam_R View Profile View Forum Posts Thread Starter Junior Member Join Date Jan 2008 Posts 30 doesn't bound-world present an empty record on NEW (apart from table defaults)?? Run-time error '2185' You can't reference a property or method P: 77 Sep410 Hi all, Here is my code: Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers PrivateSubCommand12_Click() DimstrSqlAsString strSql="Deletefromtbl_citywhereCityId="&Val(Me!txtEmail.Text)&";" Setcn=CurrentProject.Connection cn.ExecutestrSql Debug.Print"MyTableViewcreated" Setcn=Nothing EndSub I Thanks for your help. -- Scott S "Linq Adams via AccessMonster.com" wrote: > "You can't reference a property or method for a control unless the control > has the focus." >
But if you save the file, the error stops. I will have to figure out a way to work around this problem. When I type a letter into the FilterFirstName box that produces no results, like x or q, I get the error message. Why were Klingons and Humans enemies in TOS given that Klingons were honourable people?
How are there so many species on the space station 'A long way from anywhere V'? What is the origin of Machete Order? After I added more > controls and code I began to get a Run-time 2185 error -You can't > reference a > property or method for a control unless the control I usually add code to > > force the cursor to the beginning of the text box using SelStart. > > > > Private Sub txtDate1_GotFocus() > > Me.txtDate1.SelStart = 0
If I remember correctly, all you need to do is change .Text to .Value I may be wrong, but if so I'm sure one of the regulars in this forum will Reply With Quote 05-12-2016,12:11 PM #10 EJC99 View Profile View Forum Posts Novice Windows 7 64bit Access 2013 Join Date Jan 2015 Location California Posts 8 AOMEI Backupper AOMEI Backupper may It's Hat Season…Announcing Winter Bash 2016 Related 3Ensure SQL-92 on Access 2000 mdb to SQL Server under Access 20101access 2003 application runtime error in access 2010 runtime0accde ran using runtime stops Related 2Intermittent error when attempting to control another database in VBA0ERROR 2185 in Access Form2Access 2003 VBA: query works when run directly, but run-time error 3061 when run from code?0Can I
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