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How can i import / make a control like PictureBox in VB6 in to another software that has a supported environment for VBA , But doesn't have that control ?
Apr 27 '07 #1
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SammyB
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How can i import / make a control like PictureBox in VB6 in to another software that has a supported environment for VBA , But doesn't have that control ?
You should be able to right-click on the toolbox and add additional controls. You should at least be able to add the Microsoft Forms 2.0 Image control (Windows\System32\FM20.DLL).
Apr 27 '07 #2

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You should be able to right-click on the toolbox and add additional controls. You should at least be able to add the Microsoft Forms 2.0 Image control (Windows\System32\FM20.DLL)
The box of Microsoft Forms 2.0 Image is selected, but only Image control exists in toolbox however PictureBox is not. Is it necessary that any option to be selected from "References..." ?
Apr 27 '07 #3

SammyB
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The box of Microsoft Forms 2.0 Image is selected, but only Image control exists in toolbox however PictureBox is not. Is it necessary that any option to be selected from "References..." ?
Same here, you should be able to use a PictureBox, but user's would have to have it licensed on their machine, and we would have to be able to figure out how to get it into the Toolbox. Maybe Killer will have an answer, but it's still bedtime there.

Can't you just use the Image control?
Apr 27 '07 #4

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I do recall this subject having been mentioned before, but don't know the answer. It might be a good idea to ask about this in the Access forum, as well.

Also, this thread in the bewgroup archives may provide some answers. Among other things, it contains a link to pick up a user control which wraps the image control and lets it behave like a picturebox.

I haven't tried it, that's just based on what was said in the thread.
Apr 28 '07 #5

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Dear SammyB,
Can't you just use the Image control?
In fact, I need to Point and PSet methods, and also I can't use the Form for that! Is there any control that has those methods ?

Dear Killer42,
I do recall this subject having been mentioned before, but don't know the answer. It might be a good idea to ask about this in the Access forum, as well.
I download your zipped files, but in fact I need PictureBox in CATIA. You think what can I do ?
Apr 28 '07 #6

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I download your zipped files, but in fact I need PictureBox in CATIA. You think what can I do ?
Sorry, I don't even know what CATIA is.
Apr 29 '07 #7

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