Stupidity on my behalf, you may laugh. Can no longer open a file due to a ‘.close’ line in initialization

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I accidentally put a .close in my LotusScript. i meant to put it in but didn't think about what it would mean. Guess what happens when you put in the initialization line? Well it wont open now it closes before it opens. Is there a way i can edit the script even though i can't open the file? I tried a text editor but that didn't work even though i found the line. And i think that i removed everything in correspondance to that line. Regards Ray

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Do you try in “debug mode” and stop the code execution before the .close run ?
Il would leave you wiht the open nsf, no ?
So you could change this line …

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  • Brindleyray
    sounds like a good idea but how do i go into debug mode? its on initialize so i can't open anything before it closes? please forgive my ignorance as i have only been using wordpro for about a week now. Regards Ray
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    Stupid mistake easy fix. I started thinking about microsoft vba macros and how you can elect to not run them on startup. so i looked for an option to stop running a script on startup and low and behold there it was. a day of worrying for nothing thanx for you help though Regards Ray
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