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    Hi, I have a multiline textbox in a userform and would like to be able to:
    1. Hit return for a new line.
    2: Change the carriage returns to
    , the html version of a new line.
    Then copy the result into a cell.

    Please help I'm really stuck!

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    Hello Andy:
    1. On your userform property, make sure the textbox's enterkeybehavior is set to true, this enable the enter key to generate a new line.
    2. the new line character is either chr(13) then chr(10) or chr(10) then chr(13), I forget which one is the right one, but you can easily test it. just do a search and replace of both character with the html ones.
    example:
    dim strAns as string
    strAns = textbox1.text
    strAns = replace (strAns,chr(13) & chr (10)," ")

    3. not sure what you mean, but it should be easy once you got the string above?

    HTH
    lantiger

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    oops, guess I should disable HTML

    on the above post, where it has the replace function, it should be:
    strAns = replace(strAns, chr(13) & chr (10), "@nbsp;"

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