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VBA COMMAND REFERENCE LISTING

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I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A COMMAND, PROPERTY, AND METHODS REFERENCE LIST TO REVIEW SO I CAN LEARN OF ALL THE COMMANDS IN VBA.  THERE ARE SO MANY COMMANDS AND SYNTAX TO ENTER IN CORRECTLY, I NEED TO SEE A COMPLETE LIST OF THEM TO LEARN TO USE THEM PROPERLY.  WHERE CAN I FIND THIS LIST?
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You can find this list in the object browser.
From within VB click menu "View/Object Browser" or press F2.

The combobox at the top left will list the libraries for the project.  Select VB or VBA to see a list of the commands and syntax (as well as a list of constants).  From there you can then look up each one in the help file.
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