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    Exclamation [02/03] SaveDialog

    is there any examples of how to use the savedialog, to save any thing like,
    text, pictures, other files.

    Im using VB.net 2003

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    Re: [02/03] SaveDialog

    Save dialog is just like the open file dialog. All it does is let the user browse to the directory they want to save in, and you can retrieve the file path after it is chosen. The "save" method would be implemented yourself, and it would depend on whatever type of file you are saving. For text files, StreamWriter can write those kinds of files. For pictures, there are methods like Image.Save, BMP.Save, etc etc...

    Searching for "SaveFileDialog" in the search function will pull several examples...

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    Re: [02/03] SaveDialog

    VB Code:
    1. Dim SFD As New SaveFileDialog
    2. With SFD
    3.   .Filter = "Text Files (*.txt)|*.txt|All Files (*.*)|*.*)
    4.   .Title = "Save File"
    5.   .DefaultExt = ".txt"
    6.   .FileName = Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.Personal) & Path.DirectorySeparatorChar
    7.   If .ShowDialog <> DialogResult.Cancel Then
    8.     Dim SW As New StreamWriter(.FileName)
    9.       'Make the text file here
    10.     SW.Close()
    11.   End If
    12. End With

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