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Add (About) to Control?

Posted on 1998-08-26
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How do you add the (about) to a controls property page?
I want it to show the elliipse [..] and when the user clicks it show a custom about box.
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1 you have to create an about form.
2 you add an about procedure showing the about form
3 When your are viewing the source code of your control, got to Tools/Procedure Attributes, select your About procedure and go to advanced. Select the Procedure ID = AboutBox.

All is done.
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