MS Access 2007 popup form refuses to display/not accessible in design mode (but present in list of forms)
Having a problem with MS Access 2007 refusing to display a form in design mode. I can see the code for the form (if I go through the event properties of a button that displays the form), but I cannot see the form laid out as a GUI. And, when I try and invoke this form from the application's main window, it does not display and locks up the whole GUI. Now, I tried putting debug before and after the display of this form, and the debug does get invoked. Anyone have any ideas? I tried looking at the Trust Center, and I set "Enable all Macros", but that didn't seem to matter.
A few steps I would take: Make sure your form has the Auto Center, Auto Resize properties set to Yes. I had an issue once with forms that opened outside the visible screen, Quite baffling. Also try to change its PopUp and Modal properties to it becomes just a normal non-blocking form for your tests. Your database may be corrupted. Make a copy of your database and then decompile and compact it. You can do that from the command line, for instance: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\msaccess.exe" "D:\Code\mydb.accdb" /decompile /compact Export the VBA + Form resource, then delete the form from your Access client, then do the decompile+compact above again, then re-import the form. ' Export form and VBA to text files ' Application.SaveAsText acForm, "myForm", "myForm.txt" ' Import form and VBA from text files ' Application.LoadFromText, "myNewForm", "myForm.txt"
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