Wrap Text in VBA Code
I have a long line of code that runs a Pass Through query, that I would like to be able to add to. However, the text is not wrapping, and it won't let me add anything to this line of code. When I press the enter key to for the line to text wrap, I get a debug error. Is there any way to make this line of code text wrap so that I make the Pass Through query more specific
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How do you wrap text in Access? It’s a question we hear quite frequently on Office.com. It may surprise you to learn that in most places where text is displayed in Access, text wrapping is on by default. The key is making sure there is enough room for the text to wrap. The process for doing that depends on what kind of object you’re working with.
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