"how to handle windows posted messages in VB"

Posted on 1999-07-19
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"how to handle windows posted messages in VB"
Question by:ghins76

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I think you'll have to subclass the window if you mean what I think you mean ;)


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If you havent done this before, I suggest you take a look at


He has a dll file you can use in design-time that doesn't give you a GPF every time you press the stop button. When you are ready to distribute your program you can replace that dll file with some simple vb code.


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