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Posted on 1998-11-30
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dlgDialog.Filter = "gif (*.gif)|*.gif;jpg(*.jpg)|*.jpg"
dlgDialog.ShowOpen

Why Does this only filter the .gif files, how can I filter the .jpg files as well, and how do I do the "all files"?
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1. Start a new project
2. in form1 place one command button
3. place the common dialog control on the form
4. in the command button click event place the following code :

    ' Set Filter
    CommonDialog1.Filter = "All Files (*.*)|*.*|JPEG Files (*.jpg)|*.jpg|Gif Files (*.gif)|*.gif| Gif & JPEG Files |*.gif;*.jpg"
    ' Specify default filter.
    CommonDialog1.FilterIndex = 2

    ' Display the Open dialog box.
    CommonDialog1.ShowOpen

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Thanks!
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