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Insert tab character into a string in VB.net

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How do I programmatically insert a tab character into a string in visual basic? I'm sure the answer will be siple :S

I am using Visual Studio 2008, Visual Basic
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Hi,

Try "text1" & vbTab & "text2"

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Simple as I thought. Thank you. (I'm learning a lot through EE)
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