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Can I make Visual Studio break at an exception in C# ASP.NET?

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Is there a way to make this happen while code is running rather than go to event viewer to find line of code? thanks.  i thought i read it in an msdn mag, but i forgot for vs2010.
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Debug -> Exceptions

There you can say on what error you want to stop
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