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Can any one help me with these three problems?

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Daz
Can any one help me with these three problems?

1) How to I open and/or run a Microsoft PowerPoint
presentation?

2) How do I copy and past a file from one location to
another?

3) I am using the Drive-list-box component from Visual
basic 6. If a disk is not present when a drive is clicked
on, an error message is shown and the application
crashes. Can you give me some simple code to stop this
from happening?

Thanks

Daz
Nov 20 '05 #1
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This is VB.NET not the Visual Basic 6.0 Newgroup, please repost to the
correct group.

OHM

Daz wrote:
Can any one help me with these three problems?

1) How to I open and/or run a Microsoft PowerPoint
presentation?

2) How do I copy and past a file from one location to
another?

3) I am using the Drive-list-box component from Visual
basic 6. If a disk is not present when a drive is clicked
on, an error message is shown and the application
crashes. Can you give me some simple code to stop this
from happening?

Thanks

Daz

Nov 20 '05 #2

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* "Daz" <Da*****@hotmail.com> scripsit:
1) How to I open and/or run a Microsoft PowerPoint
presentation?
Have a Google Search for 'ShellExecute'.
2) How do I copy and past a file from one location to
another?
'FileCopy'.
3) I am using the Drive-list-box component from Visual
basic 6. If a disk is not present when a drive is clicked
on, an error message is shown and the application
crashes. Can you give me some simple code to stop this
from happening?


Post your question to one of the microsoft.public.vb.* groups. This is
a VB.NET group.

--
Herfried K. Wagner [MVP]
<http://www.mvps.org/dotnet>
Nov 20 '05 #3

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