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I'm looking for my variables in the immediate window and I see one in the Comments section  and another in the Tab section.  
What is the logic behind the placement of variables in different locations?  This doesn't make sense (see graphics).

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Hi,

...What is the logic behind the placement of variables in different locations?  This doesn't make sense (see graphics).

The Expression list is displayed in an ascending alphabetic order.

Hence, "CommissionAmt" & "TotalSales" appear in different locations in the list.

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Further to what is said above, these are not IN the Comments section or Tab section. These are below those two. Comments and Tab section have not been expanded.
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...Comments and Tab section have not been expanded.

Yes, I saw that from the image you provided.  I just thought you were mistaken.

The two variables, "CommissionAmt" & "TotalSales" must be defined (declared using a Dim statement, or similar) as variables within the module you are within when watching the 'Me' object.

Have I not answered your question already about the placement of the variables within the (sorted) list?
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