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Carriage return, Chr(13); sometimes used for line breaks.


Line feed, Chr(10); typically used for line breaks.


= @CR & @LF ;occasionally used for line breaks.

i dont understand what thye do, plz help?

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If you want to display a message box with multiple lines, then you need to put a line break:

MsgBox(4096,"Example", "Line one" & @LF & "Line two" & @LF & "line three")

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Ya, I kinda figured that out on accident. The guy that helped me with my clock, included those macros in there, so I looked them up, thats how he got it to display in List format: aka:

One Here

Two Here

As opposed to:

One here Two Here

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