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MessageBox.Show("COSTUMER" & vbCrLf & TextBox1.Text & "QUANTITY" & "             " & vbCrLf & TextBox2.Text & TextBox3.Text & TextBox4.Text & TextBox5.Text & TextBox6.Text & TextBox7.Text & TextBox8.Text & TextBox9.Text & TextBox10.Text & TextBox11.Text & TextBox12.Text & TextBox13.Text & TextBox14.Text & TextBox15.Text & "             " & "Description" & vbCrLf & Checkbox1.Checked)

I want the output in the message box to appear just like the picture on top using the code I posted but it seems that there's something wrong with it

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I think the easiest way would be to create your own msgbox form. Make sure it has a fixed width font like Courier New and display is as Modal.

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I think the easiest way would be to create your own msgbox form. Make sure it has a fixed width font like Courier New and display is as Modal.

commented: how do I create a message box form sir? +0

and you can manually format your string of masg by using vbcrlf , vbtab etc ,

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