Debug | Event Filters
Click Event Filters on the Debug menu to open the Event Filters dialog box. In this dialog box, you can configure the break status and handling status of exceptions and events.
The Event Filters dialog box lists all events that the debugger recognizes. You may add numbered exceptions to the list that will then be displayed.
To change the break status for an event, select the event and then click one of the Execution option buttons (Enabled, Disabled, Output, or Ignore).
To change the handling status for an event, select the event and then click one of the Continue option buttons (Handled or Not Handled).
To add a new numbered exception, click Add. When the Exception Filter dialog box appears, enter the exception code, click the appropriate button for the break status and handling status, and then click OK.
To remove a numbered exception, select the exception and then click Remove. You cannot remove the standard events.
When you set the status for the Load module or Unload module events, you can limit this status to a specific module. Click Argument, enter the name of the module or the base address of the module in the Filter Argument dialog box, and then click OK. You can use wildcards when you specify the base address. If you do not specify a module, the break occurs when any module is loaded or unloaded.
When you set the status for the Debuggee output event, you can limit this status to a specific output pattern. Click Argument, enter the output pattern in the Filter Argument dialog box, and then click OK. If you do not specify an output pattern, the break occurs for any output.
If you want to set automatic commands that are executed if the event breaks into the debugger, select the event and then click Commands. The Filter Command dialog box will appear. Enter any commands that you want into the Command or Second-chance Command box. Separate multiple commands by using semicolons and do not enclose these commands in quotation marks.
For more information about break status and handling status, all event codes, the default status for all events, and other methods of controlling this status, see Controlling Exceptions and Events.