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    Re: Form Title bar

    The menu suggestion work fine. Thanks guys.
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    Re: Form Title bar

    WOW. It seems like I have two options to explore. It's a long time since I used a drop down menu. I could research that. I have never heard of using the F5 key. That will take some exploring as...
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    Re: Form Title bar

    I have no room on the form without enlarging it. I would rather not do that. I want to refresh the form with new data. The code is written to refresh on a timer, but sometimes I want to refresh...
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    [RESOLVED] Form Title bar

    In VB6, with the exception of the min, max and close button, can I trigger an event by clicking elsewhere on the form's title bar?

    Thanks
  5. Re: [RESOLVED] Installing VS6'VB/6 on W10 Home

    I have watched Gibra's video several times. I noticed that after he sets up to access the the VB executable he has to set access for Admin. He does that once, then takes off the admin access. I...
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    Forms display

    I have been writing VB6 in WIN XP, WIN7 and now in WIN10. The forms and its contents display differently in WIN 10. I am already running VB6 in compatibility mode for Windows Vista (Service Pack...
  7. Re: Installing VS6'VB/6 on W10 Home

    I have completed the install of VS6/VB6 using Gibra's installation tool Version 5. I know that without this tool I would never been able to install this vital software. Anyone thinking of install...
  8. Re: Installing VS6'VB/6 on W10 Home

    Using gibra's VS6 installer version 5. Installing the Pro Edition. I "successfully" installed VS6 Pro and MSDN, The Installer displayed the Successfully Installed messages. When I tried to...
  9. Re: Installing VS6'VB/6 on W10 Home

    Note post #11
    I am using gibra's installer version 5.
    I found from another post that I must give the C:\ROOT subdir full access. I did this after I populated the sub directories. I get the same...
  10. Re: Installing VS6'VB/6 on W10 Home

    I am attempting to install VS6/VB6 on WIN10 Home using Visual Studio 6.0 Installer - Version 5.0. I have prepared VS6Pro, MSDN, and SP6. I am using Pro Edition VS6. On the
    "Install Visual Studio...
  11. Re: Installing VS6'VB/6 on W10 Home

    I read ALL the articles suggested by Gibra. You video was very enlightening. A couple of questions.
    1. Am I correct in saying I do not have to make a dummy java file.
    2. I thought that I would...
  12. Re: Installing VS6'VB/6 on W10 Home

    I have read (many times) post #6 by gibra. I find very disturbing the comment
    "Some things (which at the time worked) now no longer work with recent versions of Windows 10."

    Does that mean I...
  13. Re: Installing VS6'VB/6 on W10 Home

    For starters. I have not tried to install so I do not have to remove any remnants - maybe. I registered one OCX (either MSCOMCT2 or MSCOMCTL - I don't remember to get an old VBA in Access 2003 to...
  14. Re: Installing VS6'VB/6 on W10 Home

    I have read that article. As well as many more. I do not feel confident that I can do it, even with multiple system restor points.

    Thanks for tip
  15. [RESOLVED] Installing VS6'VB/6 on W10 Home

    I have read several articles regarding the installation of VS6/VB6 onto WIN10 Home. All these articles are well beyond my abilities. You cannot just insert the CD and let autorun do it's job.
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    Re: VB6, WIN10, MS Office Pro

    The FlexGrid thread
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    Re: VB6, WIN10, MS Office Pro

    I AM NOT creating DLLs or OCXs as per the conversation on a prior thread. And when it comes to the more esoteric parts of the MS programs I mentioned, I am very light. I can write in VB6, Excell...
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    Re: VB6, WIN10, MS Office Pro

    OOPS, update to previous post. I use Access and Excel with VB6.

    Thanks
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    VB6, WIN10, MS Office Pro

    I am trying to use WIN 10. I will be instaling (trying) VB6. I have read all the articles about how to install VB6 as it has to be done in a special way.

    So, assuming I can install VB6 and get...
  20. Thread: Flex Grid

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    Re: Flex Grid

    OK, you saw it, this is way over my head. Please recommend a Packaging Utility that I can specify what I want to register,
    Also, I presume that not answering question #1 in my last post meant that...
  21. Thread: Flex Grid

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    Re: Flex Grid

    OK. That brings up a couple of questions.
    1. Should I exclude this program from Malwarebytes?
    2. When I try to register the control mshflxgd.ocx I get an error about dependency's. There are 3...
  22. Thread: Flex Grid

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    Re: Flex Grid

    I have written many other VB6 programs. This is the only one that elicits this response. All my other programs run on both WIN 7 Pro and WIN10 Home. On WIN, for now,, I only have the executable. ...
  23. Thread: Flex Grid

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    Re: Flex Grid

    I rewrote the original program by replacing mshflxgd with msflexgrid with the same results.
    Malarebytes gave the following response:

    Malware blocked
    You can quarantine the malware (recommended)...
  24. Thread: Flex Grid

    by AccessShell
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    Flex Grid

    I found out that MSHFLXGD was hack-able. I always wondered why the program was tagged by my anti-virus programs. I figured, incorrectly, that since I wrote it (and I don't know how to write a virus...
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    Re: Winhttp

    Thanks
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    [RESOLVED] Winhttp

    When using the reference to the winhttp service do you have to use IE? I am using Chrome. Do I need to direct the code to Chrome? Chrome is set to be my default browser. I don't know how to tell...
  27. Re: Another VB6 question for win 10

    Thanks Elroy
  28. [RESOLVED] Another VB6 question for win 10

    I previously had a lot of help in how to install VB6 on WIN 10. Now I need info on what I need to put on a WIN 10 OS so I can execute VB6 programs created on another computer.

    Thanks
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    Re: [RESOLVED] FIle Exists

    I am currently on WIN7 until MSFT pulls the plug!
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    Re: FIle Exists

    I just ran the code supplied by ChrisE. It work correctly.

    danke
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    [RESOLVED] FIle Exists

    I know this is an old question. I have read and tried all the solutions. When I check for a file existence, I always get false. I can enter a file that is the directory, I get a false reading. I...
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    Re: VB6 and VB.NET

    I already have vb6 running on WIN 7 and I have an old version of VB.net running on 2 different WIN XPs (one is XP, with no internet, the other is a VMXP on the WIN7 computer. My .net is very old. I...
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    Re: VB6 and VB.NET

    Thanks jmcilhinney for the quick turn around.
    Now for part 2 of the question. If this forum is not the correct place for the question, I apologize in advance. If that is the case can someone...
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    VB6 and VB.NET

    Can VB6 and VB.net exist together on the same Windows operating system? Specifically WIN7 and/or WIN10

    Thanks
  35. Re: Cannot use 'Shell' statement properly

    Problem solved. The shelled program had statements containing CurDir. When the program ran non-shelled, CurDir picked the correct directory. However when the target program was being accessed...
  36. Re: Cannot use 'Shell' statement properly

    I do not fully understand the statement in the previous post. However, I have taken the source code and everything else the program needs and placed it outside the protected filesystem location. I...
  37. Re: Cannot use 'Shell' statement properly

    The path and the file does exist. I have a shortcut on the desktop. When I open the shortcut, the program runs. When I go properties in the shortcut, I copied the target location into the shell...
  38. [RESOLVED] Cannot use 'Shell' statement properly

    I am trying to shell to another program with the following code:
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    Private Sub cmdMLBStandings_Click()
    Dim Prog As String
    Dim RV As Long


    Prog = "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] VB6 on WIN10

    The original question was answered. VB6 vs vbp pro vs vb6 enterprise vs vb6 student vs any other vb6 type. Baka told me where to look for the file. I found it and he had the same file. Maybe I'm...
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    Re: VB6 on WIN10

    In C:/Program Files (X86*/Microsift Visual Studio/Common/Setup/1033 I have a file VS98PRO.INF.
    Does this mean I have VB6 Pro?
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