VBA - Including a double quotation mark (") in a string

bomvoo

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Is it possible to include a double quotation mark in a string variable?

If so how is it done, I mean, the following code is wrong, Is there an alternative way?

dim A as string

A= "worksheets("analysis")"

Thanks again ! :biggrin:

Eduardo
 

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Eduardo

Try this.
Code:
Dim A As String

A = "worksheets(""analysis"")"

MsgBox A
 
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