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Set variables upon opening an executable

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AllCon,

I am currently creating a standard executable which, of course, starts with a form. I would like to set some variables to control some of the controls (i.e. set some optionbutton captions and the strting location of a Dirlist) of the form upon opening the executable but I can't find an open document event. Any ideas?

Any help would be greatly apprciated.

THanks
Sep 12 '07 #1
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Robbie
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Do you mean that you need the event for when the form first loads?
That event is:

Private Sub Form_Load()


Note that it's always the word Form, no matter what your form is called. Since every form has its own code, that event just applies to the form which that code is on.

EDIT: If you're on VB.NET, the code is a little different, and it's called YourFormName_Load() and has some stuff between the brackets.

Whatever version you're using, you can double-click on the form in the main Designer view to get to edit code for this event.

P.S. 'AllCon'?
Sep 13 '07 #2

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