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Controls do not show correctly at runtime.

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ngr
I am using VB2005 Enterprise after migrating from 2003 Enterprise.

In the design environment, the buttons have Xp style rounded buttons and
frames but when I run in the runtime environment the forms and all the
controls revert to the old-style squared shapes.

I would like the project to take on the improved controls as seen in the
design interface.

Can anyone please offer assistance.

Thanks in advance.

May 23 '06 #1
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Go to Project settings and make sure Enable Visual Styles is switched on.

"ngr" <ng*@tdrd.karoo.co.uk> wrote in message
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I am using VB2005 Enterprise after migrating from 2003 Enterprise.

In the design environment, the buttons have Xp style rounded buttons and
frames but when I run in the runtime environment the forms and all the
controls revert to the old-style squared shapes.

I would like the project to take on the improved controls as seen in the
design interface.

Can anyone please offer assistance.

Thanks in advance.

May 23 '06 #2

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Hi,

In the projects properties make sure the application framework is
enabled and the enable visual styles button is checked.

Ken
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"ngr" wrote:
I am using VB2005 Enterprise after migrating from 2003 Enterprise.

In the design environment, the buttons have Xp style rounded buttons and
frames but when I run in the runtime environment the forms and all the
controls revert to the old-style squared shapes.

I would like the project to take on the improved controls as seen in the
design interface.

Can anyone please offer assistance.

Thanks in advance.

May 23 '06 #3

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