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Default Access equivalent of Application.EnableCancelKey

In the Access database I'm developing, If a user interrupts execution, I want to be able to treat this as a runtime error and pass it into my central error handling system. In order for this to work in Excel, you include the following line within the entry point procedure: Application.EnableCancelKey = xlErrorHandler.

Does Access have an equivalent statement I could use?



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