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There is noone else using the server, I've disabled any triggers on the Table.
I also ran into this issue when i accidently added a bit field with a space in the fieldname... I had run alter table tablename add [fieldname ] bit default 0.In order to get around the former error, I have had to be inventive.Sometimes I can change the order of the VBA statements and move Refresh or Requery to a different location, thus preventing the error message.Setting the Recordsource to an empty string is my go-to solution when a coding change can't be found.
I am wondering, though, if my design skills are lacking and there is a way to completely avoid the issue altogether?When the Recordsource is set to an empty string, you may see #Name in the now-unbound fields.