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Userform Show Path/file Error 75

I have an excel 2003 template containing a userform that is displayed using the workbook_open event.

The userform causes excel to crash with file/path error 75. i have tried many suggestions given on ozgrid and several other forums with no joy.

When the userform crashes, the debugger stops on

I have added stop commands in the initialise procedure to see what is going on and it appears that my userform has disappeared!

to upload the excel template and any other information required to get this sorted.
its size is 765 KB which exceeds the size limit to attach to the post.

here is the workbook_open macro:

Private Sub Workbook_Open()
'On Error GoTo MyError
'Call UnProtectAll

'Dim frm As UserForm
'For Each frm In UserForms
' Unload frm

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Its so that when people take copies of the main s/s and save them to their desktop I dont want the copies being saved in the backup folder

macro is below

Private Sub Workbook_BeforeClose(Cancel As Boolean)

If ActiveWorkbook.ReadOnly Then Exit Sub

If MsgBox("Do You Want To Save A Backup?", vbYesNo) = vbNo Then Exit Sub

Dim fso As Object
Dim objFiles As Object
Dim myWkBk As String
Dim myFName As String
Dim BkUpDir As String
Dim CountFiles As Integer
Dim mydate As Double

BkUpDir = "k:singstatappealsappeals trackerBackups"

Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set objFiles = fso.GetFolder(BkUpDir).Files

On Error Resume Next
'the actual counting of files takes place here.
If Err.Number 0 Then
CountFiles = 0
CountFiles = objFiles.Count
End If

If CountFiles > 4 Then
MsgBox "You have " & CountFiles & " saved workbooks. Perhaps you should delete some?"
End If

mydate = Format(Now(), "ddmmyy")
myWkBk = ActiveWorkbook.Name
myFName = ActiveWorkbook.FullName

fso.CopyFile myFName, BkUpDir & mydate & myWkBk

End Sub

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