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2005-09-23, 11:49 #1
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VB Error 'code execution has been interrupted' (WORD 97)
Has anybody this error before 'code execution has been interrupted'. There is no error number associated with it as far as I can tell.
It is generated when a WORD document is opened/created for a specific user. They are pointing to the template (which has macros) as a problem. I think it may be some of sort user settings. It only occurs for a SINGLE user and seems to stop somewhere while executing macros defined in the template. The position it stop at is different at different times, i.e. it is not breaking at the same line of code. Opening the same document as another user does not generate an error.
Any help/pointers highly appreciated.
2005-09-23, 15:10 #2
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Re: VB Error 'code execution has been interrupted' (WORD 97)
Since it's only for one user, let that user check out Phil Rabichow's <!post=Systematic Approach to Behavioral Problems in Word (97/2000),197827>Systematic Approach to Behavioral Problems in Word (97/2000)<!/post> (on his or her own PC!)