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The routine included in this issue shows how to perform word wrapping on a text string. This has many good uses, one of them being printing a block of text to the printer.
There is one public function in this module that you can use. WordWrap will return a string in word wrapped format (each line separated by a carriage return and linefeed (vbCrLf)).
Function WordWrap(sText As String, ByVal lMaxWidth As Long) As String
Returns a fully word wrapped text string. If there is no white space (blanks) in the string it will return the entire string on a single line..
Dim sTest As String Debug.Print WordWrap("this is a test of the word wrap feature", 10) ' Will return the following text: ' this is a test ' of the word ' wrap feature
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