Find the ASCII character code for equivalent text. For example, ...CHR$(34)... is a double quote(").
If you are like me, you have printed countless pages of ASCII character codes repeatedly only to loan them to someone or simply lose them in the clutter.
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This agent has "opportunities for enhancement" as does any agent, but it's a quick and dirty solution to a problem that takes up more time than it should.
Create an agent, set it to manually from the Actions Menu, run once, and name it something like "get chr$.? Then paste the code below:
Sub Initialize character$ = Inputbox$("Type the character for which you need the CHR code...") For i = 1 To 1000 If Chr$(i) = character$ Then Msgbox "chr$("&Cstr(i) & ") will create a "& character$ Exit For End If Next End Sub