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I'm trying to code cut, copy, and paste in vb 2005 so that when the user
clicks on a toolbar button, the cut/copy/paste will work with whatever
textbox the cursor is current located in (I have about 20 textboxes on the
form). Also to ensure that the button can't get used if the cursor isn't in
a textbox field. And to ensure the contents of the clipboard are "text"
contents that have been cut/copied from one of the textboxes on the form.

Thanks

Steve
Dec 21 '06 #1
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The TextBox control includes Cut, Copy, and Paste members, so you can use
them directly. In VB2005, you can also use the features in My.Computer.Cli pboard.
If you want to ensure that you are only pasting content that came from your
program, you might want to add a custom content type to the clipboard along
with (or instead of) the standard text. Look at My.Computer.Cli pboard.GetData( )
and .SetData() in the online help for more information.

To determine the current control, use Me.ActiveContro l. You can determine
if it is a TextBox object using this code.

If (TypeOf Me.ActiveContro l Is TextBox) Then
' ----- Add special code here.
End If

-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
I'm trying to code cut, copy, and paste in vb 2005 so that when the
user clicks on a toolbar button, the cut/copy/paste will work with
whatever textbox the cursor is current located in (I have about 20
textboxes on the form). Also to ensure that the button can't get used
if the cursor isn't in a textbox field. And to ensure the contents of
the clipboard are "text" contents that have been cut/copied from one
of the textboxes on the form.

Thanks

Steve

Dec 21 '06 #2
Tim...

Thanks - To go one step farther, how would I verify that the contents of the
clipboard was in the same structure as the target textbox. For instance,
I've cut a Currency value out of a textbox that is formatted as
FormatCurrency. I want to only allow the paste to occur if the target
format is the same. Same for FormatPercent.

Steve

"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3******** *************** **@newsgroups.c omcast.net...
The TextBox control includes Cut, Copy, and Paste members, so you can use
them directly. In VB2005, you can also use the features in
My.Computer.Cli pboard.
If you want to ensure that you are only pasting content that came from
your
program, you might want to add a custom content type to the clipboard
along
with (or instead of) the standard text. Look at
My.Computer.Cli pboard.GetData( )
and .SetData() in the online help for more information.

To determine the current control, use Me.ActiveContro l. You can determine
if it is a TextBox object using this code.

If (TypeOf Me.ActiveContro l Is TextBox) Then
' ----- Add special code here.
End If

-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
I'm trying to code cut, copy, and paste in vb 2005 so that when the
user clicks on a toolbar button, the cut/copy/paste will work with
whatever textbox the cursor is current located in (I have about 20
textboxes on the form). Also to ensure that the button can't get used
if the cursor isn't in a textbox field. And to ensure the contents of
the clipboard are "text" contents that have been cut/copied from one
of the textboxes on the form.

Thanks

Steve


Dec 21 '06 #3
One solution would be to take advantage of the available TextBox.Tag property.
In each text box's Tag property, store a short name that indicates the allowed
data. For instance, use "Currency" or "Percent" or "PetNames" or whatever.
Then when you copy the content to the clipboard using My.Computer.Cli pboard.SetData,
use that tag name as the format name. Then when someone tries to paste it,
you can compare the format name to what was in the Tag property of the target
text box. You could also store a more complex data structure on the cliipboard
that included the format type, and then just use a single common format name
used by SetData. Either way would work.
-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
Tim...

Thanks - To go one step farther, how would I verify that the contents
of the clipboard was in the same structure as the target textbox. For
instance, I've cut a Currency value out of a textbox that is formatted
as FormatCurrency. I want to only allow the paste to occur if the
target format is the same. Same for FormatPercent.

Steve

"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3******** *************** **@newsgroups.c omcast.net...
>The TextBox control includes Cut, Copy, and Paste members, so you can
use them directly. In VB2005, you can also use the features in
My.Computer.Cli pboard.
>If you want to ensure that you are only pasting content that came
from
your
>program, you might want to add a custom content type to the clipboard
along
>with (or instead of) the standard text. Look at
My.Computer.Cli pboard.GetData( )
>and .SetData() in the online help for more information.

To determine the current control, use Me.ActiveContro l. You can
determine if it is a TextBox object using this code.

If (TypeOf Me.ActiveContro l Is TextBox) Then
' ----- Add special code here.
End If
-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
>>I'm trying to code cut, copy, and paste in vb 2005 so that when the
user clicks on a toolbar button, the cut/copy/paste will work with
whatever textbox the cursor is current located in (I have about 20
textboxes on the form). Also to ensure that the button can't get
used if the cursor isn't in a textbox field. And to ensure the
contents of the clipboard are "text" contents that have been
cut/copied from one of the textboxes on the form.

Thanks

Steve

Dec 21 '06 #4
Okay...I set the Tag Property = Currency and then in my cut/copy events, I
have the line...

Clipboard.SetDa ta(Me.ActiveCon trol.Tag, Me.ActiveContro l.Text)

When I'm pasting, how do I check the format of data or text I'm returning?
I tried,

Dim sFormat As String = Clipboard.GetDa ta()

But I get an error telling me that I must supply the format as a string.

What I thought I could do was return the format of the value in the
clipboard. Check it against the tag property for the textbox. And if not
equal then raise a messagebox and cancel the paste.

Steve
"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3******** *************** **@newsgroups.c omcast.net...
One solution would be to take advantage of the available TextBox.Tag
property.
In each text box's Tag property, store a short name that indicates the
allowed
data. For instance, use "Currency" or "Percent" or "PetNames" or whatever.
Then when you copy the content to the clipboard using
My.Computer.Cli pboard.SetData,
use that tag name as the format name. Then when someone tries to paste it,
you can compare the format name to what was in the Tag property of the
target
text box. You could also store a more complex data structure on the
cliipboard
that included the format type, and then just use a single common format
name
used by SetData. Either way would work.
-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
Tim...

Thanks - To go one step farther, how would I verify that the contents
of the clipboard was in the same structure as the target textbox. For
instance, I've cut a Currency value out of a textbox that is formatted
as FormatCurrency. I want to only allow the paste to occur if the
target format is the same. Same for FormatPercent.

Steve

"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3******** *************** **@newsgroups.c omcast.net...
The TextBox control includes Cut, Copy, and Paste members, so you can
use them directly. In VB2005, you can also use the features in
My.Computer.Cli pboard.
If you want to ensure that you are only pasting content that came
from
your
program, you might want to add a custom content type to the clipboard
along
with (or instead of) the standard text. Look at
My.Computer.Cli pboard.GetData( )
and .SetData() in the online help for more information.

To determine the current control, use Me.ActiveContro l. You can
determine if it is a TextBox object using this code.

If (TypeOf Me.ActiveContro l Is TextBox) Then
' ----- Add special code here.
End If
-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
I'm trying to code cut, copy, and paste in vb 2005 so that when the
user clicks on a toolbar button, the cut/copy/paste will work with
whatever textbox the cursor is current located in (I have about 20
textboxes on the form). Also to ensure that the button can't get
used if the cursor isn't in a textbox field. And to ensure the
contents of the clipboard are "text" contents that have been
cut/copied from one of the textboxes on the form.

Thanks

Steve


Dec 21 '06 #5
Try:

If (My.Computer.Cl ipboard.Contain sData(CStr(Me.A ctiveControl.Ta g)) = True)
And
(TypeOf Me.ActiveContro l Is TextBox) Then
CType(Me.Active Control, TextBox).Text = _
CStr(My.Compute r.Clipboard.Get Data(CStr(Me.Ac tiveControl.Tag )))
Else
' Error processing here
End If

-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
Okay...I set the Tag Property = Currency and then in my cut/copy
events, I have the line...

Clipboard.SetDa ta(Me.ActiveCon trol.Tag, Me.ActiveContro l.Text)

When I'm pasting, how do I check the format of data or text I'm
returning? I tried,

Dim sFormat As String = Clipboard.GetDa ta()

But I get an error telling me that I must supply the format as a
string.

What I thought I could do was return the format of the value in the
clipboard. Check it against the tag property for the textbox. And if
not equal then raise a messagebox and cancel the paste.

Steve

"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3******** *************** **@newsgroups.c omcast.net...
>One solution would be to take advantage of the available TextBox.Tag
property.
>In each text box's Tag property, store a short name that indicates
the
allowed
>data. For instance, use "Currency" or "Percent" or "PetNames" or
whatever. Then when you copy the content to the clipboard using
My.Computer.Cli pboard.SetData,
>use that tag name as the format name. Then when someone tries to
paste it, you can compare the format name to what was in the Tag
property of the
target
>text box. You could also store a more complex data structure on the
cliipboard
>that included the format type, and then just use a single common
format
name
>used by SetData. Either way would work.
-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
>>Tim...

Thanks - To go one step farther, how would I verify that the
contents of the clipboard was in the same structure as the target
textbox. For instance, I've cut a Currency value out of a textbox
that is formatted as FormatCurrency. I want to only allow the paste
to occur if the target format is the same. Same for FormatPercent.

Steve

"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3****** *************** ****@newsgroups .comcast.net...

The TextBox control includes Cut, Copy, and Paste members, so you
can use them directly. In VB2005, you can also use the features in

My.Computer.C lipboard.

If you want to ensure that you are only pasting content that came
from

your

program, you might want to add a custom content type to the
clipboard

along

with (or instead of) the standard text. Look at

My.Computer.C lipboard.GetDat a()

and .SetData() in the online help for more information.

To determine the current control, use Me.ActiveContro l. You can
determine if it is a TextBox object using this code.

If (TypeOf Me.ActiveContro l Is TextBox) Then
' ----- Add special code here.
End If
-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
I'm trying to code cut, copy, and paste in vb 2005 so that when
the user clicks on a toolbar button, the cut/copy/paste will work
with whatever textbox the cursor is current located in (I have
about 20 textboxes on the form). Also to ensure that the button
can't get used if the cursor isn't in a textbox field. And to
ensure the contents of the clipboard are "text" contents that have
been cut/copied from one of the textboxes on the form.
>
Thanks
>
Steve
>

Dec 22 '06 #6
That worked great! One more question. When the user has selected some text
in the textbox to cut or copy, what event would I checked to determine this.
And I assume if the length of the selected text was greater than zero than I
would turn on the cut, copy, and delete options.

Thanks for your assistance on this by the way.

Steve

"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3******** *************** **@newsgroups.c omcast.net...
Try:

If (My.Computer.Cl ipboard.Contain sData(CStr(Me.A ctiveControl.Ta g)) =
True)
And
(TypeOf Me.ActiveContro l Is TextBox) Then
CType(Me.Active Control, TextBox).Text = _
CStr(My.Compute r.Clipboard.Get Data(CStr(Me.Ac tiveControl.Tag )))
Else
' Error processing here
End If

-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
Okay...I set the Tag Property = Currency and then in my cut/copy
events, I have the line...

Clipboard.SetDa ta(Me.ActiveCon trol.Tag, Me.ActiveContro l.Text)

When I'm pasting, how do I check the format of data or text I'm
returning? I tried,

Dim sFormat As String = Clipboard.GetDa ta()

But I get an error telling me that I must supply the format as a
string.

What I thought I could do was return the format of the value in the
clipboard. Check it against the tag property for the textbox. And if
not equal then raise a messagebox and cancel the paste.

Steve

"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3******** *************** **@newsgroups.c omcast.net...
One solution would be to take advantage of the available TextBox.Tag
property.
In each text box's Tag property, store a short name that indicates
the
allowed
data. For instance, use "Currency" or "Percent" or "PetNames" or
whatever. Then when you copy the content to the clipboard using
My.Computer.Cli pboard.SetData,
use that tag name as the format name. Then when someone tries to
paste it, you can compare the format name to what was in the Tag
property of the
target
text box. You could also store a more complex data structure on the
cliipboard
that included the format type, and then just use a single common
format
name
used by SetData. Either way would work.
-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
Tim...

Thanks - To go one step farther, how would I verify that the
contents of the clipboard was in the same structure as the target
textbox. For instance, I've cut a Currency value out of a textbox
that is formatted as FormatCurrency. I want to only allow the paste
to occur if the target format is the same. Same for FormatPercent.

Steve

"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3******* *************** ***@newsgroups. comcast.net...

The TextBox control includes Cut, Copy, and Paste members, so you
can use them directly. In VB2005, you can also use the features in

My.Computer.Cl ipboard.

If you want to ensure that you are only pasting content that came
from

your

program, you might want to add a custom content type to the
clipboard

along

with (or instead of) the standard text. Look at

My.Computer.Cl ipboard.GetData ()

and .SetData() in the online help for more information.

To determine the current control, use Me.ActiveContro l. You can
determine if it is a TextBox object using this code.

If (TypeOf Me.ActiveContro l Is TextBox) Then
' ----- Add special code here.
End If
-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
I'm trying to code cut, copy, and paste in vb 2005 so that when
the user clicks on a toolbar button, the cut/copy/paste will work
with whatever textbox the cursor is current located in (I have
about 20 textboxes on the form). Also to ensure that the button
can't get used if the cursor isn't in a textbox field. And to
ensure the contents of the clipboard are "text" contents that have
been cut/copied from one of the textboxes on the form.

Thanks

Steve


Dec 22 '06 #7
That would be the Opening event of your ContextMenuStri p control.

In there, test for the value of the SelectionLength property of the relevant
TextBox control.
"Steve" <s.*****@comcas t.netwrote in message
news:%2******** ********@TK2MSF TNGP02.phx.gbl. ..
That worked great! One more question. When the user has selected some
text
in the textbox to cut or copy, what event would I checked to determine
this.
And I assume if the length of the selected text was greater than zero than
I
would turn on the cut, copy, and delete options.

Thanks for your assistance on this by the way.

Steve

"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3******** *************** **@newsgroups.c omcast.net...
>Try:

If (My.Computer.Cl ipboard.Contain sData(CStr(Me.A ctiveControl.Ta g)) =
True)
>And
(TypeOf Me.ActiveContro l Is TextBox) Then
CType(Me.Active Control, TextBox).Text = _
CStr(My.Compute r.Clipboard.Get Data(CStr(Me.Ac tiveControl.Tag )))
Else
' Error processing here
End If

-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
Okay...I set the Tag Property = Currency and then in my cut/copy
events, I have the line...

Clipboard.SetDa ta(Me.ActiveCon trol.Tag, Me.ActiveContro l.Text)

When I'm pasting, how do I check the format of data or text I'm
returning? I tried,

Dim sFormat As String = Clipboard.GetDa ta()

But I get an error telling me that I must supply the format as a
string.

What I thought I could do was return the format of the value in the
clipboard. Check it against the tag property for the textbox. And if
not equal then raise a messagebox and cancel the paste.

Steve

"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3******** *************** **@newsgroups.c omcast.net...

One solution would be to take advantage of the available TextBox.Tag

property.

In each text box's Tag property, store a short name that indicates
the

allowed

data. For instance, use "Currency" or "Percent" or "PetNames" or
whatever. Then when you copy the content to the clipboard using

My.Computer.Cli pboard.SetData,

use that tag name as the format name. Then when someone tries to
paste it, you can compare the format name to what was in the Tag
property of the

target

text box. You could also store a more complex data structure on the

cliipboard

that included the format type, and then just use a single common
format

name

used by SetData. Either way would work.
-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
Tim...

Thanks - To go one step farther, how would I verify that the
contents of the clipboard was in the same structure as the target
textbox. For instance, I've cut a Currency value out of a textbox
that is formatted as FormatCurrency. I want to only allow the paste
to occur if the target format is the same. Same for FormatPercent.

Steve

"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3****** *************** ****@newsgroups .comcast.net...

The TextBox control includes Cut, Copy, and Paste members, so you
can use them directly. In VB2005, you can also use the features in

My.Computer.C lipboard.

If you want to ensure that you are only pasting content that came
from

your

program, you might want to add a custom content type to the
clipboard

along

with (or instead of) the standard text. Look at

My.Computer.C lipboard.GetDat a()

and .SetData() in the online help for more information.

To determine the current control, use Me.ActiveContro l. You can
determine if it is a TextBox object using this code.

If (TypeOf Me.ActiveContro l Is TextBox) Then
' ----- Add special code here.
End If
-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
I'm trying to code cut, copy, and paste in vb 2005 so that when
the user clicks on a toolbar button, the cut/copy/paste will work
with whatever textbox the cursor is current located in (I have
about 20 textboxes on the form). Also to ensure that the button
can't get used if the cursor isn't in a textbox field. And to
ensure the contents of the clipboard are "text" contents that have
been cut/copied from one of the textboxes on the form.
>
Thanks
>
Steve
>



Dec 22 '06 #8
Ditto. Thanks, Stephany.

-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
That would be the Opening event of your ContextMenuStri p control.

In there, test for the value of the SelectionLength property of the
relevant TextBox control.

"Steve" <s.*****@comcas t.netwrote in message
news:%2******** ********@TK2MSF TNGP02.phx.gbl. ..
>That worked great! One more question. When the user has selected
some
text
in the textbox to cut or copy, what event would I checked to
determine
this.
And I assume if the length of the selected text was greater than zero
than
I
would turn on the cut, copy, and delete options.
Thanks for your assistance on this by the way.

Steve

Dec 22 '06 #9
I added code to opening. But it appears that opening gets called whenever
one of the menu items is clicked and completed.

In other words,

Opening gets called when you first right click. Then if you click on one of
the menu items, the code in the menu item is run, and then the opening gets
called again causing the the code in opening to be run. And if you are
trying to change which items are enabled during the item click, and which
items are enabled during the opening click, then the items get overwritten.
Hopefully I'm making sense.

Anyway, has either of you ever written you're own click events to handle
cut, copy, paste, undo, redo, delete where you only want text to pasted and
deleted based on format types (using the tag approach that Tim suggested).
I'm trying to do this for about 15 different textbox fields that consist of
percent types, number types, phone number types, alpha types, and
alphatnumeric types, and I don't want to allow the user to paste text into
textboxes of the wrong format.

Steve

"Tim Patrick" <in*****@invali d.com.invalidwr ote in message
news:e3******** *************** **@newsgroups.c omcast.net...
Ditto. Thanks, Stephany.

-----
Tim Patrick - www.timaki.com
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
That would be the Opening event of your ContextMenuStri p control.

In there, test for the value of the SelectionLength property of the
relevant TextBox control.

"Steve" <s.*****@comcas t.netwrote in message
news:%2******** ********@TK2MSF TNGP02.phx.gbl. ..
That worked great! One more question. When the user has selected
some
text
in the textbox to cut or copy, what event would I checked to
determine
this.
And I assume if the length of the selected text was greater than zero
than
I
would turn on the cut, copy, and delete options.
Thanks for your assistance on this by the way.

Steve


Dec 22 '06 #10

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In today's digital age, having a compelling online presence is paramount for businesses aiming to thrive in a competitive landscape. At the heart of this digital strategy lies an intricately woven tapestry of website design and digital marketing. It's not merely about having a website; it's about crafting an immersive digital experience that captivates audiences and drives business growth. The Art of Business Website Design Your website is...
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agi2029
by: agi2029 | last post by:
Let's talk about the concept of autonomous AI software engineers and no-code agents. These AIs are designed to manage the entire lifecycle of a software development project—planning, coding, testing, and deployment—without human intervention. Imagine an AI that can take a project description, break it down, write the code, debug it, and then launch it, all on its own.... Now, this would greatly impact the work of software developers. The idea...
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by: conductexam | last post by:
I have .net C# application in which I am extracting data from word file and save it in database particularly. To store word all data as it is I am converting the whole word file firstly in HTML and then checking html paragraph one by one. At the time of converting from word file to html my equations which are in the word document file was convert into image. Globals.ThisAddIn.Application.ActiveDocument.Select();...
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by: TSSRALBI | last post by:
Hello I'm a network technician in training and I need your help. I am currently learning how to create and manage the different types of VPNs and I have a question about LAN-to-LAN VPNs. The last exercise I practiced was to create a LAN-to-LAN VPN between two Pfsense firewalls, by using IPSEC protocols. I succeeded, with both firewalls in the same network. But I'm wondering if it's possible to do the same thing, with 2 Pfsense firewalls...
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by: adsilva | last post by:
A Windows Forms form does not have the event Unload, like VB6. What one acts like?
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by: 6302768590 | last post by:
Hai team i want code for transfer the data from one system to another through IP address by using C# our system has to for every 5mins then we have to update the data what the data is updated we have to send another system
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bsmnconsultancy
by: bsmnconsultancy | last post by:
In today's digital era, a well-designed website is crucial for businesses looking to succeed. Whether you're a small business owner or a large corporation in Toronto, having a strong online presence can significantly impact your brand's success. BSMN Consultancy, a leader in Website Development in Toronto offers valuable insights into creating effective websites that not only look great but also perform exceptionally well. In this comprehensive...

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