Re: Force Carriage Return in Textbox
Is it just me....Or is VBNewLine an easier way of forcing a carriage return??
Also, For what your doing, I have a suggestion that might help you (just an Idea I thought up when reading your post).
Set up a subroutine that everytime you press enterkey (I really forget the VBkey value of that one :/ ) It runs a subroutine that INPUTs for the monthyearday however you need it, then sets your TextNotes string as a sum of what was inputted. The program will automatically Append a Carrier return (or two) and Put the cursor at the end of your text. Then, of course, once youd press ENTER again (or cntrl-enter lets say depending on how you want your entries to look) it would save your string to a file (I can help you with that one). This would work well if you ad a main form with the text on it, so you could scroll.
so lets say you want to make an entries, youd just run the program, press enter, type in the date, and your entry, press your 'end key' and close the program.
me and my Ideas...
[Edited by Shock on 18-07-2003 at 12:31 PM GMT]