As my beginners VB book instructs, I use 'On Error Goto ErrorCatcher12' statements to catch errors. I then follow up just above the 'end sub' line with the corresponding error handler label like"
If Err.Number = 91 Then
The problem with this is that if there is an error triggered that is other then err.number 91, i'm screwed! I've gone so far as to replace Resume with Msgbox(err.num & " " & err.description) just to see what kind of other error is triggered but then when running the program (during design) I don't get that convenient error box that asks if I'd like to DEBUG or END.
I hope I've explained it clearly enough. Thanks!