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Turning off "SENDING command id 0xE140 to CWinApp target."

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I am using Visual Studio 5.0 and have come accross a strange problem.  Using the IDE, when I run my program in debug mode, I get a series of "SENDING command id 0xE140 to CWinApp target." message in my Debug window.  This just started and even though it looks like it will be a cool feature at some point, I do not want it for my current session.  I looked for a way to turn it off but had no luck.  How do you turn this feature on/off in the Visual IDE?
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Start the program "MFC Tracer" in the "Microsoft Visual C++ 5.0" program group, and have only the "Enable tracing" checked.
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