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Break on all Errors in dotNET

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I'm old VB6 code monkey just picking up someone's new dotNET stuff to support.

In VB6 you could change a setting to 'Break on all errors' effectively ignoring any error handling and stopping on the line that caused the error.

Is there an equivilant method for doing this with VB2008?
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open Debug->Exceptions and check all the checkboxes
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