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    Question "File Not Found" error

    So I came into work this morning and opened up my DB. When I opened it up I received a "File not found:" error. Nothing else, no explanation, not high-light of code where the error is. I have isolated it to a single form, but it was working find yesterday. Can anyone she some light as to how I can research this issue?

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    Tell us a bit more about your system. Split FE/BE or single file? Networked? ACCDB? Can you open while holding down a <SHIFT> key and look at the form in question?
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    I was using a single file while I developed the DB and intended on splitting it at the end. The DB was in MDB format. I ended up "moving" the DB to a new ACCDB shell and that solved the problem. Thanks for the input.

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    Are you ready to use the Thread Tools and mark this thread as Solved?
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    Nope, thought I'd leave it unsolved for eternity! Thanks for the reminder.

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    Glad you got everything sorted.
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