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    display message on the MDI form

    Hello guys,

    I'm creating a stock app, and i would like to show data stocked in the database as soon as i open my application, just to inform the user that he has for example 10 items left in the stock and he needs to reload.
    How do i proceed i have no clue??? Please help...Thanx in advance

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    Re: display message on the MDI form

    Use a label or add status bar to the bottom of hte form and display it in a panel there.

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    Re: display message on the MDI form

    You have no clue how to display text in a form? May I suggest that you follow the tutorial link in my signature below and work your way through that to learn the basics?
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