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    Re: Error Handling lost (2002)

    I suspect you have either the FMS tools or MZTools installed - is you system setup by your IT department?
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    Re: Error Handling lost (2002)

    Hey Wendell! Long time.

    Home P2P. It's been that way for some time now, so I don't understand why this should all-of-a-sudden occur.
    Bryan,
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    Re: Error Handling lost (2002)

    Not MZ-Tools. It would show up in the list.
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    Re: Error Handling lost (2002)

    Have you tried checking the Load on Startup option? Right now the add-in isn't being loaded, for whatever reason.
    Charlotte

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    Re: Error Handling lost (2002)

    Charlotte:

    Thanks for the input. I tried activating the add-in and re-starting Access, and then putting a phony cmdbtn on a form but it still comes up without the error handling. My problem right now is that I'm having to work in the db at the same time I'm trying to fix the problem. Might put this aside for after hours.
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    Re: Error Handling lost (2002)

    I just noticed you have the Code Comment and Error Code add-in listed. My copy of AXP shows the VBA Code Commenter and VBA Error Handler add-ins as separate items. Even in Access 2000, I see separate listings. In any case, did you check the Load on Startup option, close the add-ins manager, and then save the project before existing Access?
    Charlotte

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    Error Handling lost (2002)

    <P ID="edit" class=small>(Edited by bfxtrfcmgr on 18-Jan-04 20:44. Attachment remove to save space.)</P>Curious.

    Whenever I have gone to enter code, the error handler has always been entered for me, but it has ceased to do so as of this morning. I don't know enough about it to know if that is an add-in or what (see attachment [REMOVED]). You will notice that the code before and after cmdLoadConfirmEmail has error handling, but cmdLoadConfirmEmail does not. I am showing the Add-in manager only because I wasn't certain it was pertinent. I can't think of a thing I might have done to stop this "default" provision.
    Bryan,
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    Re: Error Handling lost (2002)

    Charlotte:

    Thanks for still considering my plight. I don't know if it makes a difference, but this is a Developers Version (hence the combination Comment/Error add-in?). At any rate, this afternoon I thought I would try to add a cmdbtn with the wizard just to see what would happen. The ErrHandler was applied to the code, no problem. Stranger things have happened to me so I guess I'll just consider this as "resolved". The only other thought I might have is that the add-in does not apply itself to all procedures.(?)
    Bryan,
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