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Old 12-05-2009
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Visual Basic Error 400

I am using visual basic 6.0 & suddenly this morning i got i was coding on it & after adding a pop up box for advertisement it gave mr the error message with the code 400...!

Can anyone help with this...??
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Re: Visual Basic Error 400

Go to All Programs then Accessories then Command Prompt then right click on Command Prompt then Run as Administrator into the little black window type: VSSADMIN LIST SHADOWS. That should show you all the restore points you have - they are dated. Maybe there is one you could use.
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Re: Visual Basic Error 400

You are perhaps online macro which decrement the cell, and you are perhaps in mode edition, it launches this message error. I thought that the code does not function whereas Excel is in edition mode. According to ms, Excel can say it, but not expose to VBA, when Excel is in edition mode.

OR

Here is the Microsoft support for this error look at it.....!

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