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is there a shortcut to comment multiple lines, after highlighting them? (like putting a ' for each line)
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View > Toolbars > Edit

Use the Comment and Un-comment blocks command in the toolbar.

Sincerely,
Ed


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In the Access browser edit tab is one area for block commenting and block uncommenting.

Regards
Friedrich
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You can also use the free MZ Tools (www.mztools.com), which is an excellent VBA IDE addin. You can define shortcut keys for use in the VBA IDE, and one of the "commands" available is the "Comment Block" process.
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thanks very much.
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