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I have a Database for MS Access. There is a menu which is provided in a form that allows the user to access the different functions.  This includes allowing you to add, change the records as well as the different reports.  Before, the users could see only the menu.  However, I changed the form for better access. Now, the users can now see not only the menu but also Access and the complete various Access.

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# Comment Id: 45175

Hey Mac,

When an error occurs in your Microsoft Access application, Access provides an error number and description. If you have error handling in place, the error object (Err) lets you get the error number (Err.Number) and description (Err.Description). For instance, Error 11 is for "Division by zero".

If you are building applications for international use, you should only rely on the error number because the error description is localized to the language of the Access installation.