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Hi, to ask my question, I'm going to give an example. Ok, I have a text box and a command button. In this text box, I write "This is a text box". When I click the command button, I want that in the place of all the letter "X"s from the text box, a "Z" appears (so the text becomes "This is a tezt boz"). Just an example. Ok, is there any way of doing this? Thanks a lot!
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Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Text1.Text = Replace(Text1.Text, "x", "z")
End Sub
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That was right and simple! Thanks a lot again!
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