Really. Once you put it on a page, you can't "turn it off".<BR>Don't use it.<BR><BR>I think it has scope just inside a function, so you can use it inside a function and still receive error messages outside that function. Although I seem to remember Bill saying that it didn't work properly in VBScript or something and doesn't work how you expect.<BR><BR>Craig.
I think all it does is that any error that occurs will cause the code to stop right then and there. In English it is basically saying "On Error Stop Running This Code Now!!"<BR><BR>If you want "On Error Resume Next" turning off, why not just remove it from your code or comment it out of something?