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Q: Visual Basic Mailing label ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Visual Basic Mailing label
Category: Computers > Programming
Asked by: mrfony-ga
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Posted: 20 Jan 2003 14:25 PST
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Question ID: 146129
In this project I'm creating a label maker so there is 3 boxes one for
a first and last name and one for the address and one for the city
state and zipcode  my problem is when I try to have all 3 text boxes
go together into one label right now its all on one line so I need the
correct code to separate the 3 fields  into 3 separate lines of text
like a normal label
Justin musser
2412 lalkwood 
midland mi 48640
this is the current code I have 
Private sub cmddisply_ Click ()
lblmail.caption=txtname.text _
& txtaddress.text _
& txtzip.text
Subject: Re: Visual Basic Mailing label
Answered By: hammer-ga on 20 Jan 2003 14:43 PST
To force a line break, concatenate in the Visual Basic constant for a
Carriage Return/Line Feed pair: vbCrLf

Private sub cmddisply_ Click () 
lblmail.caption=txtname.text _ 
& vbCrLf & txtaddress.text _ 
& vbCrLf & txtzip.text

Additional Resources:
The Microsoft Knowledge Base includes an article listing these
constants. While the article says it's for Mac products, the constants
listed will work.;en-us;274462

The MSDN Library that came with Visual Basic also includes these
constants. If you type vbCrLf in a code module, place your cursor in
it, and press F1, you will get the Help page with this family of

- Hammer
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