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The With Statement

The With statement is not a loop, properly speaking, but it can be as useful as a loop—and in fact, many programmers actually think of it as a loop. You use the With statement to execute statements using a particular object. Here's the syntax:

With object
End With

Here's an example showing how to put With to work. Here, I'm use a text box, Text1, in a Windows form program, and setting its Height, Width, and Text properties in the With statement:

With TextBox1
    .Height = 1000
    .Width = 3000
    .Text = "Welcome to Visual Basic"
End With
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