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Ahh.. procedure too long!!

Posted on 1997-12-18
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I'm having a problem with one of my procedures and I can't seem to get around it. When I run the procedure it stops and says "Procedure too long". Can I break it into smaller parts?

Thanks to all of you that help!!

:-) Paul (-:
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Yes you can.  In fact you'll have to.  Look in the VB Programmer's guide "Visual Basic Specifications, Limitations" for whatever version of VB you're running for Max Procedure Size.
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