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Posted 18 Apr 2013Your picture didn't come through.
My search turned up this as the first result
Thanks a lot, that's exactly what i was looking for
Posted 14 Mar 2013hi,
Still no result, the gridview doesn't populate
Posted 13 Mar 2013thanks a lot for your help,but either with the unnecessary lines of my code, it works when i declare and call it inside my winform, the problem is when i call it as a webmethod, anyway i will try out your code and hope it will solve my problem
Posted 2 Mar 2013If you don't want the user to be able to minimize the form, just use Form1.MinimizeBox = False.
Is the keyboard on a separate form? If so, perhaps you can use some combinations of:
.Visible = True .BringToFront() .Left = n .Top = n
no, it doesn't work as osk is not a form, i mean it is treated as a process , it is an exe
Posted 1 Mar 2013i am sorry, i thought i posted it in the right forum, can anyone give me some help about the topic?
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