Hah! I must be the only one to ever write non-perfect code the first time around.
So I need an abort button, for stopping the code in a command button from proceeding any further. That's for testing the code.
// Yes, I know about the double-slash comment maker to comment out a command while testing.
But when you have 107 lines to comment out when testing a command button, it gets tedious. (I've actually written Macro Express macros to put // double slashes in front of 10 lines at a time. And even that gets tedius.)
(Now I have nothing against tedium, except ... well, hell, no, yes, I DO have something against tedium. I takes up too much time!
So, is there a command? Might it be "Abort"? "Cancel"? "End-this-thing-now"? "Stop"? "Stop. No, really. Stop!"? "Go to :End"? (Uh, no, because I've tried those.) They don't work.
Can anyone help? I'd say I'm at wit's end, only I don't recall ever meeting wit's start. I guess that's why I'm witless.
And forgive me if the answer's obvious. I have a fantastic ability to overlook the obvious. Subtleties, I find in an instant. Obvious things, never, not in a million years. I can't even right now think of the word for things that are obviousl All I can think of is "obvialities", which I don't think is a word. Oh please, God, make it not a word.
See? I need help.