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Old July 13th, 2004, 03:25 PM
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Default Microsoft VB Editor question

Im fairly new to vb, and would like to know how to change one of the settings in the code edit window. is there a way to put in extra spaces? I used to code in fortran, and just for organization sake, I would always try to line up equal signs and the like, but MS VB won't let me do it.

Example:

I like for my code to look like this:

i = 1 to 100
  j = 0 to i
    k = 0 to j
      lots of stuff to do.
    next k
  next j
next k


I can't see to get the editor to allow me to put those extra spaces in. I know it's kinda OCD, but it's driving me crazy not to do it this way.

Any ideas?

Thanks.

Thanks,

Ray





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