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How to display Debug.Print

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Hi

How do I see this?

I have the VBA code Debug.Print MyVariable

but have no idea where this prints to or how to see it
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Question by:Murray Brown
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You see the results in the VBA Immediate window.

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Within the VB editr ...ctrl + G is the shortcut to display the immediate window.

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Thanks very much
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you are welcome ...

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