VB5 INET Control FTP

I'm trying to FTP using the INET.Exceute method. It changes all my commands and filenames to upper case so I can't retrieve anything that is lower case. Any ideas. Thanks.
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mcghee01Author Commented:
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if you will send me the control,
i'll be able to help u
Could you please send me the control as well so i can review the situation? amberite@carroll.com
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have you tried using the lcase(STRING) function?
Service pack for Visual Basic that fixes this proble is availiable for download from

Here is the part related to printer object:
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     Fixes to problems with the development environment, the Printer object, the
     Internet Transfer control, and many of the other controls and libraries that ship
     with Visual Basic 5.0.
     The Microsoft Visual Basic Team has been closely monitoring feedback from programmers"

     since Visual Basic 5.0 shipped. Every effort has been made to reproduce and fix the most
     serious and commonly reported problems. Service Pack 2 fixes problems with the
     development environment, the Printer object, the Internet Transfer control, and many of
     the other controls and libraries that ship with Visual Basic 5.0. The Visual Basic team has
     also made every effort to ensure backward compatibility with shared components.

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In orrder to type Chr$(151) in windows you can use ALT+0159.  Here is the difference between dos and Windows you have to have 0 (zero) in the begining.

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