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In the versions of Microsoft Excel listed above, if you attempt to run a macro, one or more of the following problems may occur:
These problems will occur if, when you attempt to run a macro, another macro is currently in break mode. This may occur if you have added a breakpoint to a macro by selecting a line of code and pressing F9, or if a macro contains the following line of code:
To exit break mode, activate the Visual Basic Editor by clicking the Tools menu, pointing to Macro, and clicking Visual Basic Editor. Then, either:
This behavior is by design of the versions of Microsoft Excel listed at the beginning of this article; it is not possible to run a Visual Basic macro when another macro is in break mode.
Article ID: 177828 - Last Review: October 11, 2006 - Revision: 1.3
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