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Saving Initial IDE Screen

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I have a new Windows XP computer with VB6/SP6 installed. I also have an old
Windows 98SE computer with VB6/SP6 installed.

My old computer has a customized initial IDE screen: The toolbars are the
way I want them and the toolbox does not appear.

I can't remember how to save an initial IDE screen for my new computer. I'd
like to customize my toolbars and omit the toolbox when I first get into VB6.
I can't remember how to do it.

I'm tired of re-customizing my toolbars each time I get into VB6.

Any help?
Nov 21 '05 #1
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"Struggling Rod" <St***********@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb:
I have a new Windows XP computer with VB6/SP6 installed. I also have an old
Windows 98SE computer with VB6/SP6 installed.


Notice that this is a VB.NET group. For VB6-related questions, post to one
of the VB6 groups which can be found in the microsoft.public.vb.* groups
hierarchy.

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M S Herfried K. Wagner
M V P <URL:http://dotnet.mvps.org/>
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Nov 21 '05 #2

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Rod,

You can (however I would never do that) set your VBNet IDE to a kind of VB6
style, however backwards is of course impossible. When they designed VB6
they did not know the style from VBNet.

I hope this helps?

Cor

"Struggling Rod" <St***********@discussions.microsoft.com>
I have a new Windows XP computer with VB6/SP6 installed. I also have an old
Windows 98SE computer with VB6/SP6 installed.

My old computer has a customized initial IDE screen: The toolbars are the
way I want them and the toolbox does not appear.

I can't remember how to save an initial IDE screen for my new computer.
I'd
like to customize my toolbars and omit the toolbox when I first get into
VB6.
I can't remember how to do it.

I'm tired of re-customizing my toolbars each time I get into VB6.

Any help?

Nov 21 '05 #3

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