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  1. Re: Is S y s t e m 3 2 a word that's not allowed in these forums?

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    Re: Auto search textbox

    Done :)
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    VS 2010 Re: Partial matches in speech recognition

    Ah, well I don't have enough experience with speech recognition to know if that is possible... hopefully somebody else will have an answer.
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    VS 2008 Re: Mdi Window Tile Issue

    Check the other properties of the child forms, particularly the BorderStyle (some values, such as FixedDialog, do not allow the form to be resized)
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    VS 2010 Re: Partial matches in speech recognition

    If you mean that you want reco_SpeechRecognized to set the colour if "red" is anywhere in the text, you could use Contains, eg:

    Private Sub reco_SpeechRecognized(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal...
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    VS 2015 Re: WPF Printing HTML

    Sort of, but I would expect it to be a very large amount of work...
    I've never had the need to print HTML from WPF, but it sounds like you've researched this well, and this is probably one of those...
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    Re: Hexadecimal question

    Assuming that the H on the end is a way to indicate hexadecimal, in VB it would be &H1C
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    Re: Hexadecimal question

    You can use hexadecimal values in your code in almost the same way as you use normal numbers... just prefix the value with &H

    eg:

    Dim myByte as Byte = &HA1
  9. VS 2015 Re: Custom fullscreen buttons for AxWindowsMediaPlayer

    I haven't used AxWindowsMediaPlayer, but based on similar things I suspect all you need to do is create another form and set the TopMost property to True, then show that form at the end of MVP_Load....
  10. Re: [off topic] how to migrate domain network settings.

    Thread moved from the 'VB.Net' forum to the 'General PC' forum (which is for computer issues that aren't programming).
  11. MsOf07 Re: What is making the difference between how these 2 examples work?

    The wks line is extremely different to the example you were shown:
    (this defines it as a Worksheet)

    (this doesn't define it, and tries to read an item from the collection of sheets in all books...
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    Re: vb.net 2010 cant display asp page

    Thread moved from the 'ASP, VB Script' forum to the 'ASP.Net' forum
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    Re: Shutting Down a VB application

    I suspect that the code for the RS422 coms interfaces uses threads (even if it isn't obvious), so what you should be doing is ensuring that everything to do with that is stopped/closed at the...
  14. Re: Excel VBA How to skip cell if criteria does not reach IF statement

    Welcome to VBForums :wave:

    Thread moved from the 'VB6' forum to the 'Office Development/VBA' forum (while VBA and VB6 have some similarities, they are not the same thing)
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    Re: Modal dialogue box error

    Thread moved to the 'ASP.Net' forum, which is where questions about .Net web pages belong

    Yes, because MsgBox etc are Winforms elements, and that is not valid for web pages (even if the client is...
  16. MsOf07 Re: What is making the difference between how these 2 examples work?

    That is odd, and could well be an issue with a Reference etc... while it is rather old, the example here could help: ...
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    Re: dll and ocx? which to package?

    Thread moved to the 'Application Deployment' forum, which is where questions about installing/distributing your software belong
  18. Re: should i really move to an installer??

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  19. Thread: installers

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    Re: installers

    Thread moved to the 'Application Deployment' forum, which is where questions about installing/distributing your software belong
  20. MsOf07 Re: What is making the difference between how these 2 examples work?

    The most likely issue is not a Reference etc, but simply that your code is making two big (and unsafe) assumptions.

    The Range object is not a child of the Application, it is a child of a...
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    Re: string functions not working

    It is expected in the project I linked to, but the important thing is whether or not it occurs in your code... if it does, the FAQ article I linked to contains instructions on how to fix it.

    What...
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    Re: hresult 0x800a01b6 on seccond pass

    Welcome to VBForums :wave:

    Thread moved from the 'VB6 and Earlier' forum to the 'VB.Net' (VB2002 and later) forum
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    Re: string functions not working

    It isn't a code issue ("The exact same code that runs fine in the other machine.")... but it is surprisingly easy to reproduce.

    There is a very simple (2 lines of code) project attached in post#16...
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    Re: string functions not working

    Welcome to VBForums :wave:

    You haven't mentioned what error(s) you are getting, but I would guess that it is "Compile Error: Can't Find Project or Library"... in which case it is almost certain...
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    Re: Loading third party DLLs in Excel IDE

    I don't think so, but there are alternative programs (some free), but I don't know their names.
    I assume that is just for Windows API's (things contained in user32.dll, etc). You also need to bear...
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    Re: Loading third party DLLs in Excel IDE

    Yes.
    In my experience the data types used by DLL's either map directly to the data types already available (eg: the Char data type in C++ is the same as Byte in VBA), or can be built as a Type (in...
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    Re: Loading third party DLLs in Excel IDE

    For "Standard DLL's" (ones that you can't add a Reference to), you do need to Declare each individual function you want to use.
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    Re: Loading third party DLLs in Excel IDE

    You can use the same DLL's as you can in Visual Studio, just with minor differences to the way you do it (eg: if you would set a Reference in Visual Studio, you would in Excel too - but via a...
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    VS 2010 Re: "Not Responding" outside of VS2010

    You can't put the button itself in a BackgroundWorker, but you can move all the code from inside the button event into the BackgroundWorker, and start the BackgroundWorker from the button.

    As...
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    VS 2010 Re: "Not Responding" outside of VS2010

    Is your code to cycle through files in the main UI thread?

    I suspect so, in which case transferring it to a BackgroundWorker (or another threading option) will almost certainly eliminate the "not...
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    Re: In correct message from DTR

    That Timer code looks like it should set the text of LBLTIME to whatever TimeOfDay contains... but you haven't given any indication of whether LBLTIME actually contains the kind of value you expect...
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    Re: Invalid Connection String Attribute

    You need to check a bit more carefully... if your string isn't exactly the same as one of theirs (apart from the values, such as the IP address), then you have probably got it wrong.

    At a glance,...
  33. Re: Update data - macro to erase previously uploaded data not working

    Welcome to VBForums :wave:

    Thread moved from the 'Chit Chat' forum (which is for general off-topic chat rather than programming questions) to the 'Office Development/VBA' forum (as you seem to be...
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    Re: In correct message from DTR

    We were all beginners once, but we are here to help you learn.

    There are many things I could have posted to explain the "right way" of doing things, but I suspected that would be confusing so...
  35. Re: Looking for the person who posted the FSWatcher code

    Nope, we have nice terms here... you just grant the owners of this site the right to use/display it.
    The author gets to choose what is acceptable for others to do... but of course once it is...
  36. VS 2010 Re: Use variable name with radio button name

    One way is to set up an array (which can be at the start of the routine, or outside it), eg:

    Dim rb as RadioButton() = {rb1, rb2, rb3, ... }...and change the rb(x) in your code to rb(x-1)

    Using...
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    Re: In correct message from DTR

    The message says you are trying to convert the word "Time", rather than a time value.

    I suspect that either LBLTIME is not the control you wanted to refer to, or you somehow put the wrong value in...
  38. Re: Changed Msjet Version Now Certain Code Doesn't Work

    An important thing is to not open the form file directly - instead you should be opening the project group or project (.vbg or .vbp), as that is what provides the link to Components/References, which...
  39. Re: Changed Msjet Version Now Certain Code Doesn't Work

    Unfortunately you'll need to re-add the controls, set their positions (and any other properties that matter to you, which may include things like .Text for a Textbox), and then remove the picturebox...
  40. VS 2010 Re: Writing to Excel using ADO OLE DB in vb.NET

    Welcome to VBForums :wave:

    The first one works because you are passing values to Excel (via ADO).

    The second one doesn't work because you are passing the names of variables that only exist...
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