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Is it possible to find out what the name is of the current procedure/module
that is running when an error occurs? Similar to the concept of
screen.activeform???

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This is usually done by using a code library that includes name of the
procedure as a compile-time variable. A free code library (which may or may
not have that variable, I forget) is CodeWrite2 from MVP Arvin Meyer, at
http://www.datastrat.com.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP

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Is it possible to find out what the name is of the current procedure/module that is running when an error occurs? Similar to the concept of
screen.activeform???

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