There is a scrollbar on the side of the Immediate window. You can use this to scroll backward or forward through past entries in the Immediate window.

It is not necessary to run queries only at the bottom of the Immediate window. Here is an example. In this case, I've just run one line of code. In the Immediate window, I ask for the Selection.Address to ensure that this line of code worked (see Figure 2.28).

Figure 2.28

The Immediate window shows the results before the current line is executed.

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