If you want to debug your code, then put Stop statement at the place where you want to start debugging. Then execute your code. When the execution stops, you can continue to execute the code line by line pressing F8 button. Explore button F5 too.
I set the breakpoint where I wanted to debug by clicking on the left hand vertical bar, and I got red dot along with the line of code highlighted. But when I click on Run on the Menu bar, it gave me three options- Run sub/userform, break and reset. I clicked on the Run sub option I got a dialog box prompting me for Macro name and a drop down box for Macros In. How can I execute the code? In VB it was quite easy to do. I am using Access2000.
You must execute the code before you can do step into?