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ERROR: Object value is set to nothing

ERROR: Object value is set to nothing

ERROR: Object value is set to nothing

thread1-1510304: Extra 6.5 Object value set to nothing line 43, Stopping macro playback


I am having the same problem that HDTech (TechnicalUser) had a few years ago.
I developed a few pretty similar macros and if I start my day with one of them it always stops showing the following error:

Object value is set to nothing
Line number XXX [it is usually something like Sess0.Screen.Sendkeys(…) in a Sub]
Stopping macro playback

The problem disappears if I start my day with another macro that always runs smoothly. After that the first macro starts running and I can use it all day through but it stops running the next day and I have to repeat the process again. This is especially strange because I never switch the PC off!

Any ideas?
Please help!

RE: ERROR: Object value is set to nothing

Does your procedure SET the System and/or the Session and/or the Screen object?


glassesJust traded in my old subtlety...
for a NUANCE!tongue

RE: ERROR: Object value is set to nothing

They are declared Global in the Main...

RE: ERROR: Object value is set to nothing

You are right.
One SET was lost...
Thanks a lot!

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