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VB4 , MouseUp event error ?!

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Hello,
I have with more than a 200 control in a single form.
I have a controls array of sscomand with 4 controls.
For some strange reason when I tried to write something
in MousUp event, i couldn't compile the program and got
the following message :
"Event procedure does not match description of event having
the same name"(inside this event I put only a message box)"

Any idea how can I solve this problem ?
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The MouseUp event of Sheridan pass more parameters than the "standard" VB MouseUp event. Look in the Help of the SSCommand control you're currently using.
And make sure too the index parameter is included in the event's procedure declaration.
What you get is a simple syntax error & you get a "compile-time" error that's all.

Hope it helps.
CU
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