I have an error handler that I use extensively. However most of the times I just want to be able to inform the user of the error and then move on. Sometime I save info on errors too. However they way that my error handler works now is that it terminates the program when an error is being detected. Please help me modify it so that it “tolerates” mistakes and just warns the user of the error.
My code is:
Public Sub mainProgram()
On Error GoTo Handler
Select Case Err.Number
Msgbox(“Error type 102”)
And in a sub somewhere in the code e.g. :
If x > 10 then
As you can see if error occurs the error handler is called and when the code for current error is finished the macro ends. Instead I want to call the handler, do whatever it is I want to do for a certain error but then continue in the sub where I left with the error. Please help me out! Thank you very much in advance!
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