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  1. 135 votes
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    Great idea! Very useful, especially for multiple nested statements.

  2. 429 votes
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    VBA is awesome! It enables an application Power User to extend & enhance the functionality of the application with a skill set that is above a Power User & not yet a full programmer. Or, should I say full-time programmer? I am that sort of Power User. My "day job" is managing the manufacturing business that I own. We work hard at maximizing the OOTB capabilities of Office apps & SharePoint, but OOTB capabilities don't provide all the functionality that we need. So, my "second job" is to extend the capabilities using VBA. Our business is too small to afford staff or contract programmers.

  3. 28 votes
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This would be soooo helpful. Thanks for the comments about Notepad++. I didn't know that. I'm going to start using that now!

  4. 220 votes
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    Great idea! It would make me much more productive. Not only to avoid scrolling through hundreds of lines of code, but also to visualize code better. For example, I usually try to put my code in the sequence it runs (if there is a sequence). The sequence is not necessarily the alphabetic order of the procedure names.

  5. 85 votes
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    This would be a very helpful debugging feature, especially in applications deployed long ago that suddenly come up with runtime errors.

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