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montecarlo2012

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Hello, everyone.
Sorry I am missing something, I founded very interesting explanations in this forum but, some member they use ►Rich(BBcode)◄ to post, how can I see this code on VBA way, something to click somewhere and I am missing, Please, explain this to me. sorry about it, maybe is obvious for someone, but not for me.
 

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how can I see this code on VBA way
Please see the bit in red below.

Personally the way I do it is to paste the code in the thread, select it and then click <vba/>. Then you can either preview it or post it (see Preview at the bottom of the image below).

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The <rich/> code tag option is for if you need to manually format the code, i.e if you wanted to make the text red for example.
The </> icon opens a window where you can Copy/Paste your code into with the full range of tag options in the Dropdown at the top.

Does that help or do you need other info?
 
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montecarlo2012

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Thanks both
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This is the codes I have been watching here in this forum, uploaded from some members, so How from this way they uploaded to ► " CONVERTS TO " ◄ normal VBA view.
because I tried to copy from here the forum and pasted in my IDE, I am confuse, I know how to post here in the forum my vba code so that is NOT MY QUESTION, is how to copy from here like the pictures you see, and see it in my IDE. sorry,
 

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Can you post a link to that thread?
 

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Thank you Fluff yes the link is;
 

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That's not VBA, it's DAX, which is totally different.
 

montecarlo2012

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That's not VBA, it's DAX, which is totally different.
Thank you Sir, for your answer, I don't know what it is but, I just a VBA lover that it, thanks again.
 

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You're welcome.
 

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