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Word VBA: How do I check to see if my selection is a carriage return?

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Trying to write code to see if my selection is a carriage return or not.  
Anyone have some suggestions?
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Question by:Raphelle
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by:ragnarok89
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Can you be a little more specific? What do you mean by selection?
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Try something like this:

Dim boolSelectionIsCarriageReturn As Boolean
    If Selection.Text = vbCr Then
        boolSelectionIsCarriageReturn = True
    Else
        boolSelectionIsCarriageReturn = False
    End If

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