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I have two columns as key/value pairs and want to export them to a file in the structure key=value (to create a properties file).

I tried this script:

Sub Properties()
Dim FileName As String, i As Integer, str As String

FileName = "C:\propstest.txt"

Open FileName For Output As #1

For i = 1 To 50
str = cells(i, 1) & "=" & cells(i, 2)
Write #1, str
Next i
Close #1

End Sub

It almost works but it prints to the file like


Is there a way to get rid of the quotation marks in the file?


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up vote 4 down vote accepted

Using WriteLine instead of Write should get rid of the quotation marks.

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I ended up changing the Write to Print and it worked. I think your way would have worked too, but I would have had to change more. – jmcmahon May 12 '11 at 19:53

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