Modules & VBA :: Object Missing Error On Code To Apply Two Filters

May 12, 2015

I've got a form that takes the members from my members table and allows me to take attendance. I have it set up with toggle buttons in the footer (so we can see what class we're currently looking at) and I want to apply two filters when we click on a button. The two filters are "SS_Roll = Yes (or True)" and "SS_Class = AD1 (or whatever the class is)". I did some research and found one code for it, but now that I'm getting the missing object error and upon further research, I'm starting to think the code I found was only an excerpt. Below is the code I currently have. It highlights the first line when I hit debug.


Private Sub OptAD1_Click()
Table![MembersTable].FilterOn = True
Table![MembersTable].Filter = "[SS_Roll] = " & True And "[SS_Class] = " & AD1
End Sub

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Private Sub cmdPrintOpen_Click()
'Print open defects using R_Open_details
Dim i As Integer
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'MsgBox "The count of rows is " & i
If i = 0 Then
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vbOKOnly, "Error"
Exit Sub
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Dim xlWBk As Object
Dim xlWSh As Object

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Option Compare Database
Option Explicit
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Dim objDoc As Word.Document
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Option Compare Database

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