01-13-2010, 09:16 AM #3 ajester Registered User

If the query does not work in the new database, copy the database to another machine which has Access installed and try it there. Both PCs have Windows 7 Professional and my home PC is about 1 year old and my pc at work about 3 months. Not the answer you're looking for? All rights reserved.

in query expression... Access Compile Error Expected User-defined Type Not Project This is a normal routine every month for corporate-wide Microsoft patches. If I run the function in the debugwindow I get the compile error. I didn't know which ones so I reinstalled MS Access 2000 thinking it should resolve the problem.

  1. If(IsNull(tblMarkPd1!Mark),"",IIf(tblMarkPd1!Mark not like "N*" or Val(tblMarkPd1!.Mark>"64",tblMarkPd1!Credits,0))Mark is a string wihich can contain letters or nuimbers.
  2. In this example, we want to uncheck the reference called "MISSING: Microsoft Word 9.0 Object Library".
  3. Browse other questions tagged ms-access or ask your own question.
  4. Yes, of course I'm an adult!
  5. Why are some programming languages Turing complete but lack some abilities of other languages?
  6. select field1, left(field2, 3) from table1; What am I doing wrong?
  7. You likely have a reference to some software (say word) that does not exist on the target machine.
  8. To correct the problem, you need to open your Access database.
  9. The error I get is: Compile Error.

Compile Error In Query Expression Access 2010

in query expression 'Date('.' when I run the following Access query. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27328974/access-database-functions I repaired the office 2010 on that user's PC to no avail. Compile Error In Query Expression Access 2013 In the PageHeaderSection_Format routine I do this: Call CheckQuoteFields(Me!txtCommGrp) But I get this error when that line tries to execute: "2427 You entered an expression that has no value." It is Compile Error In Query Expression Access 2007 Forgot your password?

Visit my blog at Port 16. see here Check the code and then compile it again. If so, clear their check boxes. in query expression' This was great. Ms Access Compile Error In Query Expression

Thanks for the solution 14:33 Mike Scott said... it works in a new database. –tksy Sep 15 '09 at 8:05 add a comment| up vote 3 down vote See this link: http://www.techonthenet.com/access/questions/compile_error.php It says you can get a compile How can I pull a wire through a pipe that has too many turns for fish tape? http://performancepccanada.com/compile-error/compile-error-access-2003.php my replace() function used in a query failed after I added a file rename module.

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Option #2 This error can also be the result of a module in your Access database having two lines with "Option Compare Database" at the top of the module. I should have tested first with an SQL query. Joe Thursday, September 13, 2012 4:57 PM Reply | Quote Answers 1 Sign in to vote Press Alt+F11 to activate the Visual Basic Editor. Access Compile Error Method Or Data THANK YOU!I was loosing my mind with this problem and now everything works fine!Thanks again 08:29 Mike Scott said...

What are the holes on the sides of a computer case frame for? In my code I would like to get the item selected. asked 7 years ago viewed 2966 times active 2 years ago Linked 0 Peculiar Access 2007 issue, reports not displaying some fields Related 1Access: to export fields to excel based on Get More Info Video displays in Star Wars Did Donald Trump call Alicia Machado "Miss Piggy" and "Miss Housekeeping"?

share|improve this answer answered Sep 15 '09 at 0:47 David-W-Fenton 19.2k22947 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Try putting the field name in square brackets select field1, Left([field2], 3) Sponsored Links: Read full post... There is something wrong with your database or your machine and/or its Access installation. When I went from Access 2003 to Access 2010 I was getting the error: "Compile error: User-defined type not defined" when trying to run that particular module.

Without a list of Jet SQL's built-in functions the above description of SQL expressions causes obvious confusion. Thank you for posting 16:46 Anonymous said... How can I get this to show up in the Table? I made sure that it can handle any error, and keep right on going.

The error message should now disappear. Ask a question Quick access Forums home Browse forums users FAQ Search related threads Remove From My Forums Answered by: How do I fix - compile error. datAdrenalineView Member Profile May 21 2008, 11:41 PM Post#3UtterAccess EditorPosts: 17,873Joined: 4-December 03From: Northern Virginia, USAJust a point of clarification ... >> IIf is a VBA function << While it is Finding a file starting with '-' dash Why Gimbal Only Inner Cluster?

MS Access Advertise Here 823 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days. share|improve this answer answered Sep 14 '09 at 12:48 Dan Polites 3,88993749 1 If the table/column's weren't correct they'd get a different error e.g. 'No value given for one or Visit our UserVoice Page to submit and vote on ideas! I'm just glad it helped. 08:33 Anonymous said...

I don't know how to write VBA. First, you have mismatched parentheses. Press Alt+F11 to open the Microsoft Visual Basic window. However, in a comment, you indicated references are OK.