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Calling Armin .............modules

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Hi Armin,

the code i have posted is part of the onclick event for a
button that starts the progress bar. The timer is also a
part of the progress bar as this is a custom built
control. The timer always exists for every proress bar.

There shoulkd only be one progress bar in that code i gave.

any further advise u can give?? the code u gave me....
where do i write this?? i tried to copy and paste it into
my code window but it didnt seem to like it. Could u plz
explain what it is doin? sorry, im a real beginner to all
this.
thx
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I read it several times now, but I still don't get it. (it's 00:45 AM here;-)

Is the code you posted the event handler for OnClick of the progressbar? Whydo you use two Progressbars? Is the Timer part of the Progressbar and doesit always exist for each progressbar?

Could you please describe the circumstances once again?
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"Alexia" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb


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* "Alexia" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> scripsit:
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Please always stay in the original thread and address posts to _all_
people in the newsgroup.

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