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Wizard unable to create form

I'm using Access 2003. I have a relationship set up and I want to create a new form in form wizard using the two related tables. I've created this form before in the past and it has worked. But it is not working this time. My students and I are getting the error message "wizard unable to create form". What's the problem?

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  • cody-m901 Nov 10, 2008

    The relationship works

  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2008

    I have the same problem and it has nothign to do with relationships because I am using jsut one table

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I had this problem and it was because a computer class was installing multiple kinds of access on one computer. they wanted to teach all of them, but are now screwing them all up. ha.

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Check the relationships for errors.

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