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    Ben Sacheri commented  · 

    I agree that there is benefit to having this handled from code. There are times that I'm testing a procedure over and over and I want the Immediate window to be cleared with each run.

    This is an almost-there work around I use sometimes:

    Debug.Print String(255, vbNewLine) ' Clear the immediate window

    I also made an AutoHotkey script which lets CTRL+E clear the Immediate pane even if it doesn't have focus.

    #IfWinActive Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications
    ^e:: ; CTRL+E = Erase/Clear Immediate window
    Send ^g^a{Del}
    Return

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    Ben Sacheri commented  · 

    Instead of having line numbers embedded in the code and in the way during development, I propose that the undocumented ERL be able to report the line number the same way vbWatchdog does, unless there are explicit line numbers (to be backwards compatible).

    In the VBA IDE it would be nice if line numbers were outside of the code, visible in the left margin like in Notepad++, with the option to turn them on or off. It wouldn't matter to me if the line numbering were continuous throughout the module, instead of starting at 1 or 10 in each procedure. Continuous numbering would make it easier to find a reported error line without first having to find the procedure.

    A bonus feature in the IDE could be a dialog to "Go To" a line number like the Go To dialog in Excel.

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