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Exclamation Compile error in query-expression: AppLoadString([bw_tblBtnActions].[Description]

Hello everybody

I've build up an Acces database to make an inventory of products and services our department sels to other departments.

I have a couple of tables, query's, forms, reports and one module (RecordLocks = 2).

I wanted to add a button on one of the forms and i got the error:
"Compile error. in query-expression AppLoadString([bw_tblBtnActions].[Description]"

When I press 'ok' the wizard for making a button appears, but the example button is empty. When I try to choose another category, I get the same error.

Can anybody help me? I can't find anything on internet, blogs or books, but this forum has already helped me a lot! I recently found another user of this forum who had the same error. He changed his current references (VBA) but that doesn't work for me.

Kind regards
Frotoss


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