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Excel: Placing Quotation Marks within a Text String in a Macro

Last reviewed: October 31, 1994
Article ID: Q25138

SUMMARY

To create a text string (in a macro) that includes a word surrounded by quotation marks when it is in an alert or input box, use two double-quotation marks in a row within the text string.

For example, the word "red" will appear in the input box with quotation marks around it if you enter the following:

   =INPUT("Enter your favorite color (""red""):",2)

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Last reviewed: October 31, 1994
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