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Old July 2nd, 2004, 04:29 AM
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Default Cant hit a breakpoint in report open event

I have created a simple report and created a corresponding
report open event with it. In the report open event I need
to do some processing in VBA so I have put my code in there.

I have set a breakpoint on the first instruction of the VBA
code in the report open event. When I go to print the report,
the report never breaks at my breakpoint - it simply runs as
normal. Am I missing something ? Config etc or what?

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What happens if you place either of these commands at the beginning of your reports open event, and then open your report:

Debug.Assert False



Does either suspend code execution?


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