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    please help me i am trying to insert data from the userform to mysql database
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    Re: object required error

    One of your control names must be wrong.
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    Re: object required error

    still having same error




    i have attached my excel workbook in that login userform created

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    Re: object required error

    Quote Originally Posted by baig123 View Post
    still having same error
    That's not really surprising since you haven't changed anything at all. That line of code refers to the value of several objects (employeename, systemname etc), none of which exist.

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    Re: object required error

    Now cross-posted here.

    I'll leave you to it from now on.

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    Re: object required error

    bhai45 or baig123 or i don't know what else......

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    Re: object required error

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