Unanswered: Access XP will not recognize breakpoints, etc.
Hello. I have a small database application (Microsoft Access XP, running on Windows 2000). There is a lot of VBA code contained in one module and behind the main Form.
I have lost the ability to debug this application. I can't step through any code whatsoever. In fact, I even tried placing a button on the form without any code behind it other than a message box. I then put a breakpoint at the message box. The code did not "break". The message box did however, work. Also, the "Stop" debugging command does not work either.
When I compile the application from the Debug menu, I don't get any errors.
This is probably the most frustrating thing I have ever seen. I am hoping there is a setting that I inadvertently set to turn off debugging but I cannot seem to find any reference to that sort of thng.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.