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Posted on 1998-11-04
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I have a dictonary program and i have made some code to put text in to the boxes and hit the find button but my problem is the find button isn't active unless you manuly type in the word to find so when my project puts the text in it can't hit the find button because it isn't available can some one help? If you dont know what I mean ask a auestion or e-mail me at marka64@hotmail.com and i will send you the prog sorce and the dictonary prog.

Im using VB3
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instead of making the find button active on TextBox Keypress..
add this to TextBox change

cmdFind.enabled =  len(trim$(textbox))>0
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