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How to programmatically insert a linefeed into a text box

Posted on 1998-10-15
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This is a simple one (not for me though):

I would like to insert several lines of text into a text box at runtime but each one in a seperate line. When I use for exple: text1 = line1 & vbcr & line2, the text1 box shows: 'line1'|'line2'

Please help.

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Mmahdi
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Do as follow :

text1.Text = line1 & vbCrLf & line2
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Don't forget to set the text box .MultiLine property to True!

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Cool! Tanks
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