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    Can anyone please tell me what error 129 is? Please.

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    It's an Application/Object Defined Error, (Means VB Doesn't Know, because it's specific to a Control/Object you're using).

    Are you using any added Controls or Objects?

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    Yes, The error is coming up when the user switches from one screen view to another. The error is also arising in a software package called fixed Dynamics. If you are not familiar with Fixed dynamics/intellution it's a software package primarily used for operator interface on machinery. Specifically, the error occurs when one switches the picture(form) in the run mode back to the design mode.

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    Is this an Application you're writing or a program you're already using by someone else?
    If it's yours or you have access to the source, I would check to see what properties/methods are being used at that point and make sure they're being used in accordance to the 3rd Party Documentation.

    Perhaps the Objects/Controls have an Error Object/Property/Method you can check.

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    There is a team of us working on developing a control system using this software. I'm not too involved in writing the source code however due to the fact I use VB I occasionally get involved in the coding/debugging. Sorry, I'm so clueless but I'm not sure I understand what your suggesting I check for. Could you please elaborate?

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