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You seem to be working on an Excel Automation issue using the included Visual Basic Editor. You very much should look into either Microsoft Access or Visual Studio Express Edition for the sort of form-and-data application it seems you are working on. The extensibility in Excel is neat and sometimes perfect, but the further away you get from a spreadsheet ...


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You can force a save of the My.Settings object using My.Settings.Save(), however I'd suggest you look into writing a file to disk and using that to store your high scores. It's much better and it's a good opportunity to teach yourself about File I/O. Here's a good tutorial on how to do that via MSDN: ...



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