The Breakpoints Window

The Breakpoints window lets you see all the breakpoints in your application in one place. You can easily disable and enable breakpoints using the check boxes next to each breakpoint in the window. To view the Breakpoints window, click the Debug menu, point to Windows, and click Breakpoints. Figure 2.35 shows the Breakpoints window, with the current breakpoint displayed in bold.

Breakpoints

New X (3 HI ColumnsT

Name Condition

1 0^1 Sheet l.vbj line 28 character 9 (no condition)

-0^1 Sheet l.vbj line 31 character 9 (no condition)

-0^1 Sheet2.vbj line 5 character 9 (no condition)

-0 W This Workbook, vb, line 5 character 9 (no condition)

Hit Count Process break always (currently 0) Excel.exe break always (currently 0) Excel.exe break always (currently 0) Excel.exe break always (currently 1) Excel.exe

Figure 2.35. The Breakpoints window

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