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I am passing a control array to a precedure. Is there a way to find the size of the control array so that I can loop through it or does "For each" work for it.
An example would be appreciated
Thanks

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For each should work, alternatively you have

Control.LBound
Control.UBound
Control.Count

So you could use

For i = 0 To Control.Count - 1
  Control(i).Caption = "Hello"
Next
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Thanks Tim

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