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    [RESOLVED] Disable controls and change window size

    I have created an exam environment for our schools, it comprises of 3 files; a .kix file that says if they are in the examination group run a .vbs file. The .vbs file kills the explorer.exe task so they don't have any taskbar or desktop shortcuts and then opens a .hta file.

    The .hta file is a user interface that has icons for apps like Win Word that executes the application when you click on it. There is also a log off button.

    I am looking for some kind of code that stops the students from being able to close, minimise and resize the window. Does anyone know of any code that can lock this down so they literally can't do anything except click the icons inside the window.

    Hope this all makes sense? I have the codes if you want them

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    Re: Disable controls and change window size

    What does your question have to do with the Visual C++ Programming?
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    Re: Disable controls and change window size

    Quote Originally Posted by VictorN View Post
    What does your question have to do with the Visual C++ Programming?
    Well Visual Basic but i couldn't see a category?

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    Re: Disable controls and change window size

    Quote Originally Posted by cdavies View Post
    Well Visual Basic but i couldn't see a category?
    There's two Visual Basic forums. One for Visual Basic 6 and one for Visual Basic .net.
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