What This VBA Code Does
If you want to create multiple lines of text you can either use vbNewLine or Chr(10) to simulate keying the Return (Enter) key on your keyboard. Check out the example code below!
UPDATE: Jon Acampora kindly pointed out there are a few other constants you can use to create a new line in your VBA text string. You can use the following in place of vbNewLine or Chr(10):
'PURPOSE: How To Create Multiple Lines of Text
Dim myText As String
'Use vbNewLine or Chr(10) to Simulate Hitting the 'Enter' Key
myText = "Hello!" & vbNewLine & "I am Chris." & Chr(10) & "Goodbye!"
'Display 3 Lines of Text in a Messagebox
How Do I Modify This To Fit My Specific Needs?
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