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    Where do i put this to make it do the things it is supposed to do?


    SaveSettingString HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, "Software\AIM Password Decoder", "RunTime", "Normal"
    SaveSettingString HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, "Software\AIM Password Decoder", "Copyright", "2000"
    SaveSettingString HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, "Software\AIM Password Decoder", "Programmer", "John Doe"
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    Wouldn't they go in your Form_Load event?
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    It doesn't work this way.
    SaveSetting alows you to access and save YOUR application specifics in ....\Software\VB and VBA applications or something like that. If you want to access any other keys - you have to do it using APIs.

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    Wink First confused punter...

    LG - You missed the other thread where SaveSettingString was defined as a custom function that did all that
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