Access 2007 database errors when using Access 2010

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I have a database built with Access 2007. Some of our customers are upgraded to Access 2010 and cannot open the database anymore. Error is "The expression On Timer you entered as the event property setting produced the following error: Object or class does not support the set of events". Anyone experienced similar problem and was able to solve?

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Check out the “The expression On Click you entered” article and see if that helps.

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  • Browntr
    Tried the suggested fix but still having the problem. Looks like the problem might be with MSCAL being used but I searched and removed or changed all calendar code to use datepicker. No errors when compiled.
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  • bhannah
    I also suspect, but I am not positive that you may be having an issue with version control, and may need to update the database to a new version of Access.  This may not work if you have users that have to use the older version and cannot switch to a newer version.
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