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Access 2007 forms wizard

I have all my tables ready and relationships created tried the form wizard used it to add field from multiple tables to create a form then when I try to open form to try it I get an error "the wizard is unable to open your form in form view or datasheet view possibly because another user has a source table open in exclusive mode" But there is no one else in Access but me!

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  • montasser Aug 18, 2008

    My data base was working very good, but suddenly every time i try to create a new form i got the following message

    "the wizard unable to create form"




  • LisaGA Oct 08, 2008

    I'm having this problem with reports. I have a report with several subreports. When trying to create a fourth subreport I got the "unable to create..." error.

  • shwethakunda Nov 05, 2008

    My problem is that I have created the tables in the MS Access 2003, and now the Access is upgraded to 2007 then when I'm trying to apply 'create a form with the wizard' am getting the error as 'unable to create your form' this's kinda very urgent..could anyone please post a solution asap.

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