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Posted 12 Jul 2012Thank you BobRodes for replying to all my posts.
You always giving me a lot of information to improve my programming skills.
Posted 10 Jul 2012I already get it !
BTW, heres my code ..
Dim mc As Variant For Each mc In MDIForm1.Controls If TypeName(mc) = "Menu" Then If mc.Caption <> "-" Then With ListView1 .ColumnHeaders.Clear .ColumnHeaders.Add(, , "Menu Caption").Width = 3000 .ColumnHeaders.Add(, , "Menu Name").Width = 2000 With .listitems With .Add(, , mc.Caption) .ListSubItems.Add , , mc.Name End With End With End With End If End If Next
Posted 7 Aug 2011Thx for replies, I did all your suggestions and it gave me the hint to solve my problem =)
Posted 4 Aug 2011What do you mean "applying skin"?
The code for activating the skin is applied to the form (Form1.ApplySkin HwNd) together with the code for disabling the close button (DisableCloseWindowButton Me). The expected result is that the close button will be disabled and so the active skin will take place.
Form1.ApplySkin HwNd DisableCloseWindowButton Me
It did not work, the skinned form still having the close button. Setting the value of Control Box at the form property as false also didnt take effect.
Posted 26 Jul 2011
'cmdbtn1 Dim fso As FileSystemObject Set fso = New FileSystemObject fso.CopyFile Label1.Caption, lbltarget.Caption, True
This code works =)
Thx for your reply, it helped me to explore more codes.
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