>>I have a query which causes the message 'Access is not responding' - it is quite a complex query in that it has about 12 fields which use fairly involved dcounts.
Is it possible that a query simply becomes too 'big' to run?
Phil - yes it is very possible to have queries too complex to run efficiently. Heavy reliance on domain aggregates like DCount() will slow things down quite a bit. Maybe it's tile to re-evaluate your query structure.
If you post the SQL statement here someone might find a better solution for you.
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