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Hello
I thing there is some method to work with errors.
"Trapable errors"
What can you say about this?

Thanks
Alberto
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in VB there is the On error command, you can use it to trap any errors in each function with

on error Goto myErrorFixfunction
OR
on error Resume Next
OR
on Error End
if you can test errors with Err.Number Err.Description etc... and once you are happy that the are solved or not important then you can use a Resume next statement to keep going, all this is in the VB help documentation  
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