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How can I join 2 richTextBox rtf Text into 1

Posted on 2006-06-10
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Dear all,

I do have 2 richTextBox in my form. I would like to make it, once I click on 1 button "Combine", it will auto merge the 2 richTextBox rtf contain into 1.

I was using
rtbMessage1.textrtf = rbtMessage1.text & vbNewLine &  rbtMessage2.text

But the problem is, if I am using this method, it will not "copy" the "font style" in those richTextBox.

Please advice.

Thanks.

Regards,
Ching-Yen Beh

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Private Sub Command1_Click()
    RichTextBox1.SelStart = Len(RichTextBox1.Text)
    RichTextBox1.SelLength = 0
    RichTextBox1.SelRTF = vbCrLf & RichTextBox2.TextRTF
End Sub
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