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Old September 29th, 2011, 02:29 PM
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You might also try commenting out the _Points variable. Then refer to _Points somewhere in the code. If it will let you do that, click on that reference and press F12. That should take you to the code that defines the symbol. Perhaps you can figure out where it is squirreled away.

You could also try using the Object Browser (look in the View menu) to see if you can find _Points defined somewhere.

I wonder if it was automatically created somewhere but then forgotten by the development environment so it can only sort of find it now

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