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Visual Basic 6.0

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#1 fitzy04


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Posted 03 June 2014 - 12:20 PM

Hi everybody,

When I try to open a Visual Basic file (from a network drive) by double-clicking the file, it won't open. The error message says that path is not found (then gives the path of the file I just tried to open). However, if I leave the Visual Basic window open and try to open that same exact file from the same exact location, it opens. Also, If I copy the folder that the file and the forms are in from the network drive to the desktop, I can open it. And if I open the file within Visual Basic and do a Save As and save it to the desktop and close the window and open the file from the desktop, it works. Any ideas what would be causing this?

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