Sunday, August 16, 2009

How to resolve “Microsoft Access can't display…” Error message in MS Access

Sometimes, when you attempt to mount your Microsoft Access database, the database does not mount completely. Two main reasons for partial mounting of MS Access database are Windows registry corruption and Access database damage. However, the best possible way to mount the database is by restoring the data from an updated backup. But, if there is no valid backup maintained or backup falls short to restore the desired information, then you will need to use advanced access repair application that can repair the corrupted Access database.

As a practical scenario, you encounter the below error message, when you attempt to mount an Access database (Employee):

“Microsoft Access can't display the Add-ins submenu | because a setting you entered in the Windows Registry is missing a macro name or function name expression. Supply the missing expression in the Menu Add-ins key of the Windows Registry, and then restart Microsoft Access. For more information on customizing Microsoft Access settings in the Windows Registry, click Help.”

You encounter the same error message each time you attempt to mount Employee database. As the error message suggests, all the add-ins submenus from the Employee database are missing.


Two main causes for the occurrence of the above error message are:

Windows registry is missing a macro name
Windows registry is function name expression


To resolve the occurrence of the above error message, you will need to make some critical changes in Windows Registry. In such situations, even a single wrong change in the Windows Registry can result in complete inaccessibility of Employee database. To overcome such database loss scenarios, you will need to use powerful Access Database Repair application. These Access Repair utilities employ high end scanning methods to scan and recover inaccessible Access database files. These utilities are built with highly graphical user interface that makes them easy to understand without any prior technical understanding. These repair tools also provide complete recovery of Access database files (.accdb and .mdb).

Stellar Phoenix Access Recovery is a feature rich and reliable Access Repair tool that is compatible with Microsoft Access 2007, 2003, XP (2002) and 2000. The read only utility can restore and repair access database objects such as tables, queries, forms, reports, macros, and modules. The repair utility is designed for Windows Vista, XP, 2003, 2000 and NT operating systems.

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