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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Jan 28, 1999

Browse VB Command as You Type

When you refer to an object in VB5, you get a drop-down list of that object's properties and methods. But, did you know that the statements and functions of the VB language itself are just a big list of properties and methods? You can view this list at any time in a VB code window by typing the name of the library in which this code resides:
 
	VBA.
Once you type the dot after VBA, the bulk of the VB language drops down. You can then select the language element you want from the list. This is a great help when you're trying to remember the name of a VB language element that you don't often use.
Jeffrey McManus
 
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