Here is a function that will help you use the Debugger more quicky. If you need the Debugger to print out differently then experiment with changing what's inside the function:
ps. Several of us developers also use the Dialog.Messag() action when we need to output a small amount of "debugging" data.
function fDebug(argstring) Debug.ShowWindow(true) Debug.Print(argstring.."\r\n") end -- Here are a couple how-to examples fDebug("Hey!") fDebug("What's up?")