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Trouble with Ctrl+Break

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by bdtmike, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. bdtmike

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    Since I updated my Office 2003 to the latest service pack 2 I have a
    hard time using Ctrl+Break to get into my code when a dialog box is up.
    In other words, my error handling routines all put up a msgbox() when
    an error occurs. I used to be able to press Ctrl+Break and it would
    take me to the code from here. I've checked to make sure "special
    keys" are enabled.

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