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How to save all?

Posted on 1998-09-17
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Doing an project grop including an ActiveX project, a test project and other projects but couldn't find "save all" in the File menu (the item "save project grop" is only for saving a single file .vbg). Do you think I need save them one by one or do "open new project" and open this project grop again?
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Question by:victorlong
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sjrl earned 40 total points
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Clicking on the Save icon on the standard toolbar saves all files
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by:fguerreiro_inix
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Yes is the only way.
If you that feature you can make an addin
in VB that saves all. It's not dificult, you only
need to cicle between projects and their
components, and save each one of then.
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by:victorlong
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To fguerreiro_inix:

Can you tell me how to make an addin? What feature we need?
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by:sjrl
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You could always right click the toolbar, select customise and drag the button onto a menu (hold down control to copy it). This also allows you to set properties on the menu such as name etc. So you can have the feature a couple of keypresses away.
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by:victorlong
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To sjrl:

I am going to try now.

Cheers.
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