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Im trying to separate this message into 3 parts. they have a space between them, for example:

message= Hi, I'm Andrew.

how do i separate this to:
text1=Hi,
Text2=I'm
text3=Andrew.
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Farzad Akbarnejad earned 1000 total points
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Hi,
    Dim message As String
   
    Dim text1 As String
    Dim text2 As String
    Dim text3 As String
   
    Dim arrText() As String
   
   
    message = "Hi, I'm Andrew."
    arrText = Split(message, " ")
   
    text1 = arrText(0)
    text2 = arrText(1)
    text3 = arrText(2)
   
    MsgBox text1 & vbCrLf & text2 & vbCrLf & text3


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