05-20-2009, 10:01 AM #3 joshd Registered User Join Date: Jan 2009 Posts: 2 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0

When I try to create an mde file i get the above message, I have created backups, but only as mdb files and going back for several days they all display Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? I spent hours trying to solve this, and your steps took only a minute to solve. Please help....there are screaming for this, and I am at my wits end!

in the Code Section go to Tools>Analyze>Forms Select all and click OK Most likely you will get a message to use Option Explicit in most or all of the forms. Very helpful, Thank you! I have spent hours re-working my database in an attempt to rectify the problem. Then you should be fine.

Jim. 0 LVL 21 Overall: Level 21 MS Access 18 MS Applications 7 Message Accepted Solution by:Boyd (HiTechCoach) Trimmell, Microsoft Access MVP Boyd (HiTechCoach) Trimmell, Microsoft Access MVP earned 250 Posted by Varun Sharma at 8:39 PM Reactions: Labels: MS Access 22 comments: Anonymous said... Nic;o) Jan 23 '07 #2 reply Expert Mod 15k+ P: 29,924 NeoPa On top of that I'd also recommend doing a Compact & Repair. When you create the empty database, be sure that it is Access 2002-2003 format before you begin importing objects.

Thanks so much! Awesome, took just seconds to do it and was making the accde file. Please ( LoginorRegister )

Custom Search UtterAccess Forums>Microsoft® Access>Access Q and A Unable to Create an MDE Database Forum HomeSearchHelpUA Messages|-- UtterAccess.com NewsAccess Knowledge Center|-- Access Code Archive|-- Access In the end, I just deleted a comment I had made in the database and recompiled and bingo it created the MDE no problem.

share|improve this answer edited Nov 23 '09 at 12:29 answered Nov 23 '09 at 12:22 Fionnuala 77.9k669113 Remou! thanks! –Justin Dec 8 '09 at 23:04 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 1 down vote accepted Objects count for the life of the database, that Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? What exactly does the anonymous JavaScript function f => f do?