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I was wondering if there was a different way for creating multiple lines of text in MsgBoxes besides the underscore [ _ ]

Im unabnle to get it to work

Any Ideas?


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I was wondering if there was a different way for creating multiple lines of text in MsgBoxes besides the underscore [ _ ]

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You can use an underscore?

I usuallly use Msgbox (0, 'Title', 'First line of text' & CHR(13) & 'Second line of text' & CHR(13) & 'Third line of text')

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

@CRLF

(0, 'Title', 'First line of text' & @CRLF & 'Second line of text' )

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I was wondering if there was a different way for creating multiple lines of text in MsgBoxes besides the underscore [ _ ]

Im unabnle to get it to work

Any Ideas?

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Use the @CRLF, or I think @LF also works

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Funny

Nothing in the help file ever said anything about using @CRLF/@CR/@LF in a MsgBox

Yet it said to use an underscore...

Bug


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Funny

Nothing in the help file ever said anything about using @CRLF/@CR/@LF in a MsgBox

Yet it said to use an underscore...

Bug

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Underscore is for bridging a command across lines:

msgbox( _
0, _
'title', _
'text')

it has nothing to do with the program's output.

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