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preceding with caution - with regards to REMOVEHANDLER and ADDHANDLER

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My Project "WHICH IS ALREADY A YEAR BEHIND SCHEDULE" - mostly because of rewrites, mis-understandings, mis-interpretations, etc
I am a little un-nerved about starting to REMOVE the HANDLES clause in some of my event procedures - although it fits the current purpose -

 wouldn't it also create code that should be auto-run and now it's not being run - because the HANDLES clause is no longer present?
AND YOU WOULD HAVE NO WAY OF KNOWING THAT - OR IT WOULD BE DIFFICULT TO FIGURE OUT - MORE DEBUG NIGHTMARES

which could cause say not properly formatted data in databases, etc - as an example with the .cellvaluechanged event?

just trying to avoid more rework - because I'm quite a ways along with this FIRST vb.net project and time is running out!

I guess what I'm trying to find out is - Is there a way to not touch the HANDLES clause and IN CODE tell the system not to run the said event!
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