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Creating Text Boxes at run-time

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How would I create text boxes at run time, then manipulate or add text to them? Can this be done?
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Question by:cantrell
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by:mark2150
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I think you need to start with a control array for the first text box and then you can dynamically add elements to the array. However the control itself cannot be created from scratch in VB5. VB6, I have heard, allows this.

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Could you give me an example?
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by:schild
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You put one TextBox in the form, you may want to make it invisable. Then you set the "Index" property to 0.

At runtime you doing this:
Load TextBox1(1)
TextBox1(1).Visible = True
TextBox1(1).Top = TextBox1(1).Top + 500

Good Luck
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by:cantrell
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Ok, that creates one text box. Now, how about the others?
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all you have to do is changing the Index value
because you cant repeat loading the same control several times
so if you want to load 10 controls do like this

For CtrlIndx = 1 to 10
  Load TextBox1(CntrlIndex)
  TextBox1(CtrlIndx).Visible = True
  TextBox1(CtrlIndx).Top = TextBox1(CtrlIndx).Top + 500*CtrlIndxNext
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