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  1. #1
    Grinder Guest

    Re: VB6.0 error trapping using Windows 2000


    "Phil Tremper" <tremperpg@cs.com> wrote in message
    news:3cc467a2$1@10.1.10.29...
    >
    > I just purchased a new Dell computer and reinstalled my VB 6.0 disk onto

    the
    > system. When I ran some of my existing programs on the new system, the

    error
    > trapping did not work. Is their something that needs to be downloaded or
    > added under Windows 2000 that makes the error trapping work properly? It
    > appears to skip right over the On Err GOTO xxx commands.


    You probably have "Break on All Errors" set when you're used to "Break on
    Unhandled Errors." You can find these options at :

    Tools > Options > General > Error-Trapping



  2. #2
    Phil Tremper Guest

    VB6.0 error trapping using Windows 2000


    I just purchased a new Dell computer and reinstalled my VB 6.0 disk onto the
    system. When I ran some of my existing programs on the new system, the error
    trapping did not work. Is their something that needs to be downloaded or
    added under Windows 2000 that makes the error trapping work properly? It
    appears to skip right over the On Err GOTO xxx commands.

    Phil

  3. #3
    Phil Guest

    Re: VB6.0 error trapping using Windows 2000


    "Grinder" <grinder@no.spam.maam.com> wrote:
    >
    >"Phil Tremper" <tremperpg@cs.com> wrote in message
    >news:3cc467a2$1@10.1.10.29...
    >>
    >> I just purchased a new Dell computer and reinstalled my VB 6.0 disk onto

    >the
    >> system. When I ran some of my existing programs on the new system, the

    >error
    >> trapping did not work. Is their something that needs to be downloaded

    or
    >> added under Windows 2000 that makes the error trapping work properly?

    It
    >> appears to skip right over the On Err GOTO xxx commands.

    >
    >You probably have "Break on All Errors" set when you're used to "Break on
    >Unhandled Errors." You can find these options at :
    >
    >Tools > Options > General > Error-Trapping
    >
    >



  4. #4
    Phil Guest

    Re: VB6.0 error trapping using Windows 2000


    "Phil" <tremperpg@cs.com> wrote: Thanks, that was the solution.
    >
    >"Grinder" <grinder@no.spam.maam.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>"Phil Tremper" <tremperpg@cs.com> wrote in message
    >>news:3cc467a2$1@10.1.10.29...
    >>>
    >>> I just purchased a new Dell computer and reinstalled my VB 6.0 disk onto

    >>the
    >>> system. When I ran some of my existing programs on the new system, the

    >>error
    >>> trapping did not work. Is their something that needs to be downloaded

    >or
    >>> added under Windows 2000 that makes the error trapping work properly?

    > It
    >>> appears to skip right over the On Err GOTO xxx commands.

    >>
    >>You probably have "Break on All Errors" set when you're used to "Break

    on
    >>Unhandled Errors." You can find these options at :
    >>
    >>Tools > Options > General > Error-Trapping
    >>
    >>

    >



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