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You currently have 0 posts. datAdrenalineView Member Profile Dec 10 2008, 10:09 PM Post#2UtterAccess EditorPosts: 17,902Joined: 4-December 03From: Northern Virginia, USALook at your Start Up options ... note the comment under the "Use Special Keys" check box ... share|improve this answer answered Sep 24 '11 at 21:09 David-W-Fenton 19.3k22947 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I am sure you'd love this question. http://noipc.org/not-working/c-h-v-keys-don-39-t-work.html

Should I report it? Browse other questions tagged debugging ms-access vba or ask your own question. Word for a non-mainstream belief accepted as fact by a sub-culture? Typically because you have that feature turned off, (Tools, Startup, Advanced, Special Keys), but sometimes because the compiled code is different from the source (/decompile command line option), and sometimes just https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/3c03e09d-ed23-44ae-9a79-69de814c3730/vba-breakpoints-dont-work-anymore?forum=accessdev

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Now I have to go back and remove all those message boxes that I was using when I couldn't get debugging to work… Tags: Access This entry was posted on Thursday, Note that execution of the code pauses at the breakpoint, as you would expect. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter If posting code please use code tags.

I tried enabling ALLOW ACCESS SPECIAL KEYSand restarting the database, but that didn't help. I can't help with this, as I don't use 2010, but I'd be surprised if ZMBD's advice didn't help you to a solution ;-) Aug 24 '12 #10 reply Message Advertisements Latest Threads Look out Look out, there is a Super Moon about! Open Access In Debug Mode Thanks.

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Nothing is working!!! Excel Vba Breakpoint Not Working It seems to be working fine now. XLEAccessGuru View Public Profile Find More Posts by XLEAccessGuru

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When you're coding, I recommend turning OFF AUTO SYNTAX CHECK on the EDITOR tab, because I can depend on the code turning red to tell me that it doesn't compile, without weblink Please help. Allow Access Special Keys Rabbie View Public Profile Visit Rabbie's homepage! Debugging Access Vba XLEAccessGuru View Public Profile Find More Posts by XLEAccessGuru

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If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site.Would you like to participate? Check This Out F8 is used to step through code when in break mode Shift F9 can be used to set a watch. I've compiled, decompiled, re-compiled, compacted & repaired, closed & re-opened.Itstill won't go into debug mode. Turns out there's a little setting in the Current Database options screen called "Use Special Access Keys." The little help icon seems to indicate that this setting controls whether or not Vba Breakpoints Not Working

share|improve this answer answered Sep 25 '09 at 8:46 Mitch Wheat 216k28347445 You just saved a day of my life!!! If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. A while ago, the breakpoint stopped working. http://noipc.org/not-working/both-alt-keys-not-working.html So that is also something to keep in mind for the future.

If you have the same problem with all aCCess DBs then perhaps it would be worth re-installing Access. Use Access Special Keys 2010 more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed The breakpoint feature in my other database works fine.

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Every time I think I saved it without the break point it seems to stick with it. I must've unconsciously unchecked that option. Have you tried setting the break point on the msgbox call, since you know that call is running? -- Wayne Morgan Microsoft Access MVP <> wrote in message news:4cc701c3ffc4$73ee3610$... > I That depends.

It's quick & easy. Aug 23 '12 #2 reply 100+ P: 142 benchpolo Do I go to the trusted section options of MSAccess 2010? I was playing with this option but never think that I need to close and reopen the database. have a peek here Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.

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