Sending Rich Text data from MS Access 2010 textbox to Excel 2010 spreadsheet and HTML tags are being displayed

I'm sending data from a Microsoft Access textbox (Rich Text)) via Access VBA into a single Excel cell. Is there a way to display formatted data when viewing that cell in the spreadsheet? The HTML tags make it very difficult to interpret the actual content. Thank you very much.
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Anders Ebro (Microsoft MVP)Microsoft DeveloperCommented:
I played around with this a lot a while back, and never really found an "easy" solution. I wrote some code that can do export to excel, and you can find my blog post about it here;
TheSmileyCoder: Export rich text to excel

Note that it doesn't currently handle bullet points/lists, but I might look at that at some point. There are also certain attributes that simply doesn't have a matching counterpart in Excel.

I hope that helps you.

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pabrannPresidentAuthor Commented:
Wow, your solution is awesome. Thank you very much !!
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