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#Error in form calculation - Microsoft Access

I get #Error in a simple =sum([Field1]) calcualtion in a form's footer. Same formula works just fine in another form. What could be a reason for the formula to error, and what are common causes for #Error in Access forms? Very much appreciate the help! Deadline tomorrow morning! Max...

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    Default #Error in form calculation

    I get #Error in a simple =sum([Field1]) calcualtion in a
    form's footer. Same formula works just fine in another
    form. What could be a reason for the formula to error, and
    what are common causes for #Error in Access forms?

    Very much appreciate the help! Deadline tomorrow morning!

    Max
    Max Guest

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    Default Re: #Error in form calculation

    Max,

    If the name of your control is Field1,
    change it to something else, i.e. txtField1
    You will get an #error if the name of the control
    is the same as the name of a field used in your expression.


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    Fred

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    "Max" <myartsevilm.com> wrote in message
    news:04a201c3562d$a8c1b510$a601280aphx.gbl...
    > I get #Error in a simple =sum([Field1]) calcualtion in a
    > form's footer. Same formula works just fine in another
    > form. What could be a reason for the formula to error, and
    > what are common causes for #Error in Access forms?
    >
    > Very much appreciate the help! Deadline tomorrow morning!
    >
    > Max

    Fredg Guest

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