On error resume next not working
the following code is supposed to print sheet2 if there is a sheet two, then
delete sheet2. So the first part checks if there is content on sheet2("A1")
and prints it. If ther is no content on sheet2 the error handler skips this
step. Then it is supposed to delete sheet2. If there is no sheet2 the error
handler resume next is supposed to skip this part but it is not. If there is
no sheet2 the line-Worksheets("Sheet2").Delete, returns a runtime error 9.
Why does the on error resume next not working? Thanks
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If Not ...On Error Resume Next not working
Access 2003, SP2.
I've recently started having probems with several of my VBA routines not
working properly. I've got some in-line error checking in a couple of places
in an Access application and an Excel Macro.
In one instance, I use the following code to allow a Cancel if there is no
data for the report, but I get a "2501 OpenReport action was cancelled" error
message on the OpenReport line of code.
On Error Resume Next
DoCmd.OpenReport "rpt_Circular_References", acViewPreview
If Err.Number = 2501 then
msgbox "No data to display in report"
E...Find Worksheet Name without On Error Resume Next
Is there a way to ensure a worksheet is in a workbook without using the On
Error Resume Next statement? I have the name of the worksheet, now I want to
search the workbook for that sheet, how do I do that?
It can be done like this:
Dim IsThere As Boolean
TargetSh = "Sheet1"
For Each sh In ThisWorkbook.Sheets
If sh.Name = TargetSh Then
IsThere = True
If IsThere Then
MsgBox ("Is in the workbook")
MsgBox ("Is not in the workbook")
...On error resume next problem
I have some code which looks something like this
On error Resume Next
On error goto 0
It works ok, but if the file doesn't exist the macro breaks and I ge
an error message. Shouldn't the instruction, On error Resume Next
prevent this problem?
Thanks for any explanation
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In my macro,before I access the objects,i wrote "on error resume next"
to trap any error that might occur.My questions are:
1) do I need to write somewhere in my code "on Error goto 0", to
disable the error handeler.since with or without using "on error goto
0" in my macro,I do not see any differences.
2) is that enough to use "on error resume next" only once at the
begining of my codes when I want to access the objects,or should I
keep reaping it.since with or without using "on error resume next" in
my macro,I do not see any difference.
...On Error Resume Next
I was wondering if someone could help me with the following. I wrote a macro
which get's information with matches the criteria k from a Pivot Table. I've
named K allready. Though it only returns "(Blank)" the criteria I stated in
case K was not found. I tested it with criterias which were sure to have
results but did not get any reslults other than (blank) either.
I think it has got something to do with the "On Error Resume Next" I used
but cant figure out what.
Application.CommandBars("PivotTable").Visible = False
On Error Resume...One "Resume Next" or two?
Suppose I have error handling code similar to the following:
on error resume next
I don't want to see an error message from trying to close recordset vars
which are already closed. I actually want/expect them to be closed. But of
course, depending on where the error occurred, one or both rst vars might
still be open when the error handler fires, so I put the "resume next"
statement to guard against this eventuality.
But suppose both rst vars are already closed when the error handler fires?
In this case, both close state...