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You are a computer newbie, VB6 newbie.
Then why do you need to install VB6?
Always more questions and questions and questions :p
If you don't want a caption and borders then set the Form Borderstyle to "0 - none"
This works for me:
Private Sub Form_DblClick()
Like Bonnie already said you can not say you should not use "." in folder names and ignore folders which do have "." in their name.
This should be a generic code submission.
So others can use it as...
32 bit icons have an alpha channel, when converting to 24 bit you are loosing the alpha channel.
Switch to a more recent component which can deal with 32 bit icons/png images.
Have you looked at...
If the user selects CANCEL or closes the InputBox then the StrPtr of the return variable will be zero:
Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim k As String
k = InputBox("k = ")
I believe Office 365 doesn't have a VBA object model, so Office automation won't work with it.
Hmm couldn't find anything using Google to support my own statement ...
Put them in a resource file or local definition file
Can you show more of your code?
This sample does generate more than 4 distinct values:
Private Sub Form_Load()
Dim i As Long
Dim myArray(1000) As Long
The default Blob size is 2^16 on mySQL:
So either use MEDIUMBLOB or LONGBLOB
Maybe the blob storage in mySQL is somehow limited to 64KB?
Or the store method is truncating data over 64KB, or maybe the read function is truncating data above 64KB.
You need to share more...
Because the actual color represented by vb3DLight is different for each theme and/or color set.
And if you select another color theme this will give you yet another color.
What is your question??
Can you explain what you mean?
Do you want a kind of virtual drawing area?
Maybe posting a picture of what you want could help.
Instead of using nested loops you can also use Collections or Dictionary objects.
When using a Collection use the TagID as the Key store the Time as the value.
If you need it to work with a 64 bit process (eg a .Net program compiled for 64 bit) then you can create an ActiveX EXE instead of an ActiveX DLL.
You just downloaded the OCX without an installer?
And downloaded it from where?
Also try the FusionCharts forum:
Seems to be "Arden":
There should be more appropriate forums then a...
This is not true for ActiveX DLLs.
Like LaVolpe already said.
Create a Global MultiUse class.
Put all public structures and calls in this class.
Compile the ActiveX DLL.
Create a new project,...
You also have to specify
Have a look here:
It's a commercial product, so if you have bought this then I assume it came with documentation.
Try the FindWindow and SetFocus API calls.
If you do a Google Search for vbnc30203:identifier expected you will find some references to an online VB.Net compiler. Whatever it may be...
There are only 4 parameters:
.Add(Template, NewTemplate, DocumentType, Visible)
I guess you ran into something called "virtualstore".
Since Windows Vista applications are not allowed to write in the Program Files folder and it's child directories.
These files are redirected to...
Are these folders/files located in the folders under the level of your application?
What have you done yourself, beside begging for complete solutions?
What would be the legitimate purpose for this?
In this case you get all the decimals (if available)...
TxtTotalHamzan.Text = CStr(dResult)
That's because of the formatting you gave in your example...
' No decimals
TxtTotalHamzan.Text = Format(dResult, "0")
' 1 decimal
TxtTotalHamzan.Text = Format(dResult, "0.0")
' 2 decimal...
Have a look this:
Private Sub CalcTotlHamzan()
dim dResult As Double
dResult = GetValue(TxtOx1.Text)
dResult = dResult + GetValue(TxtOx2.Text)
dResult = dResult +...
Please state the actual values of the textboxes when the routine is called!
Maybe some textboxes are empty when the Change event for a textbox is raised.
Can you explain why you want to use multiple threads to do a search on a Listbox?
What is the content of the Text boxes when you receive the error?
The mousepointer should be an icon or a cursor file, which normally have fixed sizes, like 16x16 or 32x32.
You can not just make any image behave like a cursor.
Why is it impossible to assign the SQL query to a string variable????
Your french error message has nothing to do with assigning text (the query) to a string.
With my limited knowledge of...
Build your SQL statement in a string variable.
Then use Debug.Print to show the content of the variable.
Dim sQuery As String
sQuery = "INSERT INTO Grades " & _
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