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Steve Garrison        
2 years ago
I seem to have the following, and similar, subroutine statements in some of my VBA modules:

   Private Sub CustomerLF_Click()

   End Sub

Obviously the control name isn't the same in each case.  I think these got into the modules as I selected the 'On Click' event by mistake when I really wanted the 'On Dbl Click' event.  My problem is that I can't delete any of them.  They don't seem to be causing any issues, but I would like to clean up my fat finger mistakes.
Scott Axton            
2 years ago
You have to actually delete the code from in the Code Window.

Just select the code - hit the delete key - and Save the module.
Steve Garrison        
2 years ago
I have tried that, but it seems to be to no avail.  I've deleted the code in the Code Window, saved, exited, looked at the properties sheet for the control, and it appears that the 'Event Procedure' is gone from the 'On Click.'  But I can completely exit Access, reload my database and the 'On Click' 'Event Procedure' has magically reappeared.  Again it doesn't really seem to hurt anything, but I would really like to clean things up.

I may try putting a 'msgbox' in the subroutine, clicking to see if it responds with the message box, and then try deleting the code.

Thank you very much for your VERY quick replies!
Scott Axton            
2 years ago
Try this:
Back up first.

In the property sheet of the form single click on the On Click event to highlight the procedure.  Press Delete key to get rid of it.  Save the form.
Then click on the ... by the On Dbl Click event to go to the Code window.
Select the whole sub (From Private down to End Sub) and delete that.  Save and close the Code window.
Save the form again and close it.

Go up to Database Tools on the menu and choose Compact and Repair Database.

Sometimes Access just gets "out of sync" and that should put you back in working order.

That should get you.  If it doesn't check out the Troubleshooter and follow the bouncing ball on that page.

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