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Microsoft Access DB problem


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I have a large microsoft access database that is working a specific computer. When I copy the database to another computer I have an error in the database. On one of the forms I have text box which showns the current date "=date()". When I copy that db to another computer that function does not work. I have tried different computers some do and some do not function correctly. Do you have any idea how to fix this problem.
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are they different versions of access?
is this text box linked to another db?
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No, it is the same version of access and the text box is not linked. It is craziest thing I have ever seen.
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The text box displays #name? instead of the current date
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