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If I have this:

If err.Number = -2147217843 Then
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end if

the err.Number = -2147217843 izzit predefined? or programmer defined?

If it's predefined how can I get this no?
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An error message is generated (Err.Number, as well as Err.Description, see more on "Err" on MSDN) when an error occurs when running the application.

The Err.Number is Predefined.
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> see more on "Err" on MSDN

Shoud be

see more on "Err object" on MSDN

regards.
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