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Posted on 2000-04-25
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I'm writing a program where a user types notes into 1 textbox and when clicking the /log button, it displays it in another textbox.  how do I get the note to be displayed with a time/date stamp in front of it? and then how do I get the next note logged in to start at the next line?
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Question by:derigo
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Hi derigo,

You can use now
  text2.text = now & " " & text1.text

first, you have to set your 2nd textboxt, multiline proberty to true
then add VbCrLf, every time you add new values into the textbox


  danny
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Private Sub Command1_Click()
  Text2.Text = Text2.Text & Now & " " & Text1.Text & vbCrLf
End Sub
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thanks!!!  never knew that existed.
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