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Reproduce colors/formatting from Access IDE?

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Is there a way to export blocks of code from the Access VBA editor (or other
IDEs for that matter) into HTML while preserving colors and formatting? The
idea is to create an online code library that preserves the
colors/formatting used by the IDE in which the code was written.

Thanks
Nov 13 '05 #1
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On Thu, 16 Sep 2004 09:49:25 GMT, "deko"
<ww*******************************@nospam.com> wrote:
Is there a way to export blocks of code from the Access VBA editor (or other
IDEs for that matter) into HTML while preserving colors and formatting? The
idea is to create an online code library that preserves the
colors/formatting used by the IDE in which the code was written.

Thanks

Nice idea. Ideally you could cut from a module window and paste into
Word for example and retain the colours. Also, ideally there would be
a standardised system used by different IDEs.

The module window in Access looks pretty owner-drawn to me.

There are products which will do it for you starting with text, eg
from Aardvark Software, Search with Google for vb code pretty print.

David

Nov 13 '05 #2

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