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April 15th, 2013
I don't have ever used RTF files before now, so, I don't know what to do. However, whilst I was waiting for your replies, I found another way to solve my problem using a PictureBox and...
April 12th, 2013
Hi folks :)
It's been long time from the last time I asked for your help and now I'm here because I need it again :(
I am trying to format a text contained into a RichTextBox exactly like the...
March 12th, 2013
My purpose is to reach a result like this:
Dim clsA As New Class1
Dim clsB As New Class1
Set clsB = clsA
I need to your help again :(
Once I loaded a picture into a stdPicture object using LoadPicture function, how can I convert data from the stdPicture object into a ByteArray?
Thank you so much :) I'll give it a look as soon as is possible ;)
Hello folks :)
Meanwhile I was waiting anyone who replies, I did a research and I discovered this interesting link vb6-MP3-WMA-Image-Extraction. I took the part I need and it seems to work well...
I have a form within a PictureBox object where the user clicks on it and will appear a CommonDialog to choose what image will be loaded into the control. The PictureBox needs to show the image only,...
Honestly I've had some troubles during the translation from English to Italian :blush:
Now reading again I think I've understood, but however I don't know how to do.
Dim arr() As Byte...
I'm not sure if I've understood well :confused:
What are the steps I should do?
Good morning :)
I've an UDT within a stdPicture field. When I try to run the code to save the structure into a file, VB raises a compilation error
What should I do?
February 27th, 2013
I can't use objects such as listbox or other because data are put or get from different points of the program, and not always the form cointaing the object is visible or loaded in memory.
February 26th, 2013
don't I have understood your answer or your reply hasn't nothing to do with the question?
What I need it's an easy way to insert a new item among others, so that the structure that...
February 25th, 2013
Hi folks :)
I've this trouble: I've several names grouped into an array of strings. The dimension of this array isn't fixed, because the user can add and remove an item from it. The array must be...
February 16th, 2013
Following your suggestion, I wrote the code below:
Private Sub Command1_Click()
If InStr(1, Label1, " ") <> 0 Then Exit Sub
Set Me.Font = Label1.Font
Dim crlf As Integer
February 15th, 2013
I've this trouble: a Label must display a string of 40 characters and can fill at most a space of 4100x615 twips. But, if I set the AutoSize or WordWrap properties, the text...
January 14th, 2013
I had already said you in another thread you opened in this same forum that is not possible what you want to do. And more it has no sense:
why do you have to call a script when you can easly...
January 4th, 2013
I should use a structure instead of an array.
However if you don't show an example of how your string is made, and what parts you're interested in, it's hard to give a careful answer.
January 4th, 2013
Your matter is not a very simple problem :D
I had the same question several years ago and I realized that there aren't easy way to compare two colors from their codes. The only solution I found...
December 28th, 2012
I'm not aware if there are ways to call a Perl's script directly from Visual Basic.
I think you have to translate the script in VB code or creating a .dll that contains the Perl code and then...
December 26th, 2012
The OPEN argument is not needed and you can also leave a blank string, because the ShellExecute has the open command as default one. See a guide on this API, that provided by AllAPI.net is a very...
December 24th, 2012
You must get the full path of the file, like this
App.Path & "\" & <name.ext>
Once you have it, you can call the ShellExecute API function passing as param the string you got before.
December 19th, 2012
A Visual Basic EXE project is a single threaded project. You (or final user) cannot execute two actions at the same time, i.e. you cannot click on a button until the execution of a previous event is...
December 19th, 2012
No, VB doesn't put any DoEvents statement itself.
I think you receive that type of error because the previous operation you were doing on an Item of listbox is not completed yet.
If you don't...
December 18th, 2012
I understood we see things differently.
I don't say you are wrong, I only say that you cannot fully understand the 'philosophy' of my program, and how and why it is structured in that way, and try...
December 17th, 2012
This is a part of your code
Private Sub Form_Load()
Dim G As clsGame
Set G = New clsGame
Debug.Print .Sound(None).SoundName & " (" & .Sound(None).SoundID & ")"
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