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    I've got an Excel 2000 form that was working fine and contained about 20 controls including labels, option buttons and a combo box. When I added a new control and ran the form I got the following Dr. Watson error: Exception: access violation (0xc0000005), Address: 0x6502ce01. Seems OK now that I've copied the controls onto a new blank form, but can you explain the behavior?

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    The problem is back... As mentioned previously I pasted the controls onto a new blank VBA form and after adding a few more I again encountered the same Dr. Watson error. Is there a limit to the number of controls you can have on a form?

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    I think there was a problem with Excel '97, but it was something like 400+ controls (!). Sorry I haven't been much help, but have you tried looking at the Microsoft support knowledge data base?

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    Hi

    Excel has linitys to everything even character in cell to number of colours you can use.. hoiw many in intrest>>>>

    Take two out and run ,,, if ok put 3 different ones back in see if it trips... if so soounds like Excels limit..
    BTW Limits are confusing can be number of size.....


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