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Create....Rgn, can I do that on any object?

Posted on 1998-01-04
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Hi there.
I want to know if I can use fx CreateRoundRectRgn on fx a label or textbox, commandbutton etc.
Then what is the Set..?..Rgn I am supposed to use.
Set MetaRgn?????
Please Help.
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You can create whatever regions you want.
The restriction is that you cannot set them to all of the controls.
You can use the SetWindowRgn for every control which has ".hWnd" property.
For example : forms, picture boxes,command buttons, textboxes,dir and file listboxes, List boxes and etc.


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For the whole list see hWnd propery in the VB Help.Look at the "Applies To".
I'm sure that you cannot use SetWindowRgn for labels.
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