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It's cool, great job
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It's okay
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Its OK but I liked the old layout better
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Please bring the old one back
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By default, if you use the "&" character in controls like a Label, Button or Form, it will actually put an underscore
character under the next letter or number. This is used for creating ALT shortcut keys. While this is great for
Menus, Tabs and some Command buttons there are many instances where you may not want this to happen. Here
is an simple routine to fix that.

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Function sFixAmper (sStringToFix As String) As String

Dim sTemp As String

Dim iNum As Integer


While InStr(sStringToFix, "&")

iNum = InStr(sStringToFix, "&")

sTemp = sTemp + Left$(sStringToFix, iNum) + "&"

sStringToFix = Mid$(sStringToFix, iNum + 1)

Wend

sTemp = sTemp + sStringToFix

sFixAmper = sTemp

End Function

'Useage

Label2.Caption = sFixAmper(CStr(Label1.Caption));


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