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I am sending out an email using CDO.Message.

My specific question is, what is better to use in formating it? CHR(13) and CHR(10) or vblfcr? Would they work the same? What should I take into account for the user receiving the email?
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Appending Chr(13) & Chr(10) is exactly the same as appending vbCrLf.

I'm not sure what you mean by, "What should I take into account for the user receiving the email?"

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Will using one method over the other affect anything to the person receiving the email?
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No, they are functionally identical.  vbCrLf is merely a shorthand constant that evaluates to the same string as Chr(13) & Chr(10).
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Thank You Jmundsack
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