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How do you print quotes out to the screen?  Is there an escape character?
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mcrider earned 100 total points
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Chr$(34) will do it...

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by:ture
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Use either of these:

Debug.Print """
Debug.Print Chr(34)

Ture Magnusson
Karlstad, Sweden
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I'm too slow...
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by:mcrider
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For example:

MsgBox "This is a "+chr$(34)+"Test"+chr$(34)



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by:pmery010
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Thanks for the comments.
Mcrider's solution worked great.
Thanks for the speedy response.
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Thanks for the points! Glad I could help!


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