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Polling the community to see if I can get some assistance with utilizing Access 2013/2016. Help??

05/03/2018 446 views
Afternoon everyone.  I have a question about the use of macros in Access 2013/2016.  I'm pretty new (2+ months) to Access in this capacity of creating forms.  I have created a form and in that form, I have all of my tables, queries, and reports needed to edit a form and create a report based on the data that I type.  So here's the dilemma,  recently I added some data to the form, but when I go to print,  I  get an error message that pops up stating "Return without GoSub".  I manage to close out the error box and the macro step dialog box appear.  It shows Arguments =[DateMod], date().  I look at the macro that shows Argument clause, but it looks fine to me.  Any help would be greatly appreciated with the assistance of this repeated error.  Thanks
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