VB.net Loop through RichTextBox to create HTML (to be used in Outlook email body)

I have previously used the code below to build HTML that will be held in a String variable that will then be used in an Outlook email.
I have a form with a RichTextBox that the user types into. I want to loop through the RichTextBox and create the HTML similar to that
below. How would I do this?

            oHBody = "<html><body><font size=3  color=black name = 'Century Gothic'>Hello " & oFullName & "</font></body></html>"
            oHBody = oHBody & "<br>"
            oHBody = oHBody & "<html><body><font size=3  color=black name = 'Century Gothic'>Please find attached your rental invoice for " & oUnit & "." & "</font></body></html>"
            oHBody = oHBody & "<br>"
            oHBody = oHBody & "<html><body><font size=3  color=black name = 'Century Gothic'>(" & oDetails & ")" & "</font></body></html>"
Murray BrownMicrosoft Cloud Azure/Excel Solution DeveloperAsked:
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
I'm not sure how the RichTextBox fits into this. Does it contain the data for "oDetails", or something of that nature?

If it does, then you can refer to the Text property of that RTB:

oHBody = oHBody & "<html><body><font size=3  color=black name = 'Century Gothic'>(" & YourRTB.Text & ")" & "</font></body></html>"
Murray BrownMicrosoft Cloud Azure/Excel Solution DeveloperAuthor Commented:
I am trying to loop through each line of a RichTextBox and get the exact formatting of every letter in that line
including colors and produce an HTML string
Bob LearnedCommented:
If you are using Windows Forms, then the RichTextBox control has the Lines property, and you can use a for loop to get at each line in the control.

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