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Hi, I want to know that if the program is running and I want to use the
cursor determinating it is running,
I think it is the best for me to change the cursor before the procedure
execute and change back the cursor after
executed... how can I change the cursor whenever I move to anywhere inside
the program?

Thanks a lot~

Sidney
Feb 10 '06 #1
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Sidney wrote:
Hi, I want to know that if the program is running and I want to use the
cursor determinating it is running,
I think it is the best for me to change the cursor before the procedure
execute and change back the cursor after
executed... how can I change the cursor whenever I move to anywhere inside
the program?

Thanks a lot~

Sidney

Just change the cursor and windows will handle the rest:

Cursor = Cursor.Wait
Then
Cursor = Cursor.Arrow
Feb 10 '06 #2

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Sidney,

Try to keep you to usual standards, than your clients will be happy. Any
difference with that will direct give direct some anti against your program.

Just my thought (but not mine alone)

Cor
Feb 10 '06 #3

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Thank You, Chris..
I make it~

Sidney

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Sidney wrote:
Hi, I want to know that if the program is running and I want to use the
cursor determinating it is running,
I think it is the best for me to change the cursor before the procedure
execute and change back the cursor after
executed... how can I change the cursor whenever I move to anywhere
inside the program?

Thanks a lot~

Sidney

Just change the cursor and windows will handle the rest:

Cursor = Cursor.Wait
Then
Cursor = Cursor.Arrow

Feb 10 '06 #4

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