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Newcomers DBPro Corner / Problems with Runtime Error 506 - could not load image - keeps changing

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Katyman
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Location: Katy, Texas USA
Posted: 24th Jul 2013 06:00
I have been fighting with one single routine of a much larger program. I am getting Runtime Error 506 - could not load image at line 118 but the image and line number changes on the one that does not load. It is either the last Image of Dataset Onem: or the 4th Image of Dataset Twom (See Snippet). I have been trying various line changes and it worked Once then quit. It seems to not like the image number past "7" but I tried ranges from 20-30 and it sometimes works or picks a different Image to halt on the LOAD IMAGE Statement. I am sure there is an oversight or a syntax issue or something simple. I surrender and I am asking the pros for some assistance.

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Virtual Nomad
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Location: SF Bay Area, USA
Posted: 25th Jul 2013 03:42 Edited at: 25th Jul 2013 03:57
snippet form of your attachment:


these (level 1) lines...


...are causing it to look for image files literally named "Monster1$(n)". instead, try:


or, shorter version utilizing the filename held inside Monster1$(n) directly:


do the same with level 2, etc.


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Katyman
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Location: Katy, Texas USA
Posted: 25th Jul 2013 05:44
Thank you! I was going cross-eyed trying to nail this down and I knew it was something simple. As simple as a Solar Powered Clothes Dryer. Sound complicated but it's just a simple outdoor clothes line. I need new contacts or something. Again thanks..I might need your services again soon

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