Multiple Userforms and Debug Error

miami2k

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Dear All

I'm working on this project.

For now, I'm focusing on the first page of the Userform Scadenziario, the one called TimeSheet. I have three issues:
1. When I open the project on a different PC it stops and gives me an error saying that the function Caricadati is not defined. I have to run it manually, close, save and then it works.
2. If I click on view records it opens the second userform "Edit Time Sheet" and if double-click any record it opens the third userform to edit the single record. Everything ok, so far. But if I close the third userform and I double-click again on any record it does not come up anymore.
3. If I debug and try to start the project again it gives me an error about a With function. I have to save the file, close and restart.

Thank you in advance.


miami2k
 

miami2k

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I finally found a solution. It is definitely a matter of version of the system.
Sometimes it worked at home sometimes at the office.
The code couldn't find the routines. I had to put the module in front of the name.
For example Call Module.Caricadati
Now the file opens with any computer.
But when I try to clear a listbox from a routine it does not recognize the userform.
On command
and gives me error 404
 

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miami2k

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I didn't mean to post, the message was not complete
... on command
userform.listbox1.clear
gives me error 424 (not 404)
 

rlv01

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Office Version
  1. 365
  2. 2010
Platform
  1. Windows
userform.listbox1.clear
gives me error 424 (not 404)

This happens when you are trying to reference an object that does not exist. In the file you uploaded there is no form named userform, so a call to userform.listbox1.clear is going to produce an error.
 

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