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Special Edition Using Access 97, Second Edition by Roger Jennings

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Examining the Utility Functions Module

One recommended way to learn a new programming language is to examine simple examples of code and analyze the statements used in the example.

The sections that follow show how to open a module, display a function in the Module window, add a breakpoint to the code, and then use the Debug window to execute the function.

Adding a Breakpoint to the IsLoaded() Function

When you examine the execution of Access VBA code written by others, and when you debug your own application, breakpoints are very useful. This section explains how to add a breakpoint to the IsLoaded() function so that the Suppliers form stops executing when the Suppliers macro calls the IsLoaded() function and Access displays the code in the ...

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