I must be missing something really simple here, but I really can not figure out how to clean the Immediate window using VBA code. How do I? There should be a second way after CTRL+A and DEL
Clear Immediate Window
Thank you Ivana. But this prints a few dozen empty lines after it cleans the window. Is there a way to clean the window and not stuff it with empty lines? Changing number from 255 to other didn't help, and I can't find description in VBA help about this parameter
AS far as I know, it is not. Only fill whole space with empty lines.
I would recommend using StackOverflow for general programming questions. I typed in "vba clear immediate" and found this:
excel - Use VBA to Clear Immediate Window? - Stack Overflow
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