Running a Visual Basic Program

How do I run a Visual Basic Program that was in a Zip file

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Running a Visual Basic Program

Post icon  Posted 21 July 2007 - 11:51 PM

Hi:

Recently I have been learning VB for applications. I am writting a program using VB in Excel. I have downloaded someother peoples VB code that they give away, for example to create a 3e maze. The code is downloaded in a zipped file. In the zipped file is a small .doc file (word), a .frm file, a .frx file a .his file a .ico file a exel vbp file and a .log file. I try clicking on each file but the program does not execute.

What should I do? Perhaps these zipped VB files cant run through VB for excel or word? Do I need to download something?

Thank you in advance for any help.

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Re: Running a Visual Basic Program

Posted 22 July 2007 - 12:03 AM

View Postrncdallas, on 22 Jul, 2007 - 09:51 AM, said:

Hi:

Recently I have been learning VB for applications. I am writting a program using VB in Excel. I have downloaded someother peoples VB code that they give away, for example to create a 3e maze. The code is downloaded in a zipped file. In the zipped file is a small .doc file (word), a .frm file, a .frx file a .his file a .ico file a exel vbp file and a .log file. I try clicking on each file but the program does not execute.

What should I do? Perhaps these zipped VB files cant run through VB for excel or word? Do I need to download something?

Thank you in advance for any help.

rncdallas

Vbp should be extention for vb6, in this context. So you should have MS Visual Basic 6 and MS Office(with exel) installed in your computer.
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