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How do I add a return (next line) to a string"

Eg:
"Text1" (string)
"Text2" (string)
Combine some how, and get
"Text1
Text2"
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Question by:aomega
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by:hatem72
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MsgBox "Text1" + Chr(10) + "Text2"
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mfclaes earned 15 total points
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Hi,

I don't know if this is what you want

just open a new project, add a form and a textbox named text, and past the following code


Private Sub Form_Load()
    Dim Text1 As String
    Dim Text2 As String
    Dim result As String
    Text1 = "first line"
    Text2 = "second line"
    result = Text1 & vbCrLf & Text2
    Text.Text = result
End Sub

regards

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by:aomega
ID: 2676694
Sorry, I'm planning to send it to RTB so that won't work.

Text1 & vbCrLf & Text2
might work,, so I'm trying it now.
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by:aomega
ID: 2676695
Oh, he got it too...
Well it works, thanks.
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by:hatem72
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Sory what the RTB ???
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