since the there Is No Recordset Object, then the variable that holds it is set to Nothing.
outputing it's Name (or the SQL string) will give you error since the Object does not exists.
you should always use Error Handler, if you don't and your code has Error you will get Error and may cause
your db not to work.
Thanks for the answers. Doc_Man I have that working and like it. I follow the error logic, but didn't think this was an error.
Only if its Set does a certain routine have to run. and If the popup can interpret it, perhaps the code should as well. But I totally get what arnelgp means.