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Microsoft: Access Other topics FAQ


Why don't my breakpoints stop the code anymore? by Sensibilium
Posted: 30 Nov 00

There is a simple solution to this, even though getting the answer proved a tad difficult at first (this version of the FAQ actually works, unlike the original FAQ I posted which only told half the story).

Here's what you need to do:

In Access - Go to Tools|Startup..., click Advanced, and make sure 'Use Special Keys' is ticked.

In the VB Editor - Go to Tools|Options, click the General tab, and select 'Break On All Errors' under 'Error Trapping'.

Your breakpoints will then all come back to life.

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