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Indent Test

Indent Test

Indent Test

(OP)
I saw that Mike had mentioned how to indent code that gets posted. He said you insert     , and the forum will do the indention for you. I thought I'd give that a try.

Public Property Get USER() As String
    USER = m_USER
End Property
Public Property Let USER(ByVal New_User As String)

    m_USER = New_User
    PropertyChanged "User"

    #If dodebug = 1 Then
        MsgBox "User is now:" & m_USER
    #End If

    If Not (m_IP Is Nothing) Then
        Call Fetch
    End If
End Property

End of test.

Chip H.

RE: Indent Test

(OP)

Wowser! It works! A pain to use, but it will indent stuff!

Chip H.

RE: Indent Test

(OP)
Ooops. The original post should have said how to do it, and not actually shown it (which got turned into an indent).

You type a left square bracket, the word "tab", then a right square bracket. Like this (but without the periods):
[.tab.]

Chip H.

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