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Posted on 2002-04-19
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Is there a feature in VB6 to block indent code?

It would be very useful

Thanks

Merlin007
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There is, you can do this in a couple of ways, either select the block and hit the TAB key (shift-TAB removes the indent) or again select the block and if you have the Edit toolbar visible there are icons which do the same.
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by:Éric Moreau
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manually? select your block in press tab.
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by:bob_online
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Right click on the toolbar and select customize.  Goto the edit menu, you will see icons for Indent and Outdent.  Drag them onto you toolbar.

Clicking them indents/outdents whatever text you've highlight by one additional tabstop for each click.
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Thanks Tim
Thanks everyone

Merlin007
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