Make Collections Work Like Standard VB Collections – For Each…Next

To activate For Each…Next iteration in your VB collections, place the following procedure in your collection object:

 ' NewEnum must return the IUnknown interface of a' collection's enumerator.Public Function NewEnum() As IUnknown   Set NewEnum = YourCollectionObject.[_NewEnum]End Function

To hide the NewEnum function, and to give it the appropriate procedure ID, go to Tools/Procedure Attributes. Make sure NewEnum is selected in the Name box. Then click Advanced and check

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