Last File Opened 100 Points

Need some code to show me how to save the last file that was selected when browsed using a text box and i need the program to remember this. Like when you use a wordprocessor and it lists the last files opened, only i just need mine to list it in a text box the next time the program is ran. Which ever is easier, I ain't particular ! My program lists the browsed file in a textbox now once it is selected. I just need it to remember. Hope this is clear for everyone !
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Try this:

Private Sub Form_Load()
    Text1.Text = GetSetting(appname:="MyApp", section:="Startup", Key:="File1")
    Text2.Text = GetSetting(appname:="MyApp", section:="Startup", Key:="File2")
    Text3.Text = GetSetting(appname:="MyApp", section:="Startup", Key:="File3")
    Text4.Text = GetSetting(appname:="MyApp", section:="Startup", Key:="File4")
End Sub

Of course, you need to use "SaveSetting" funtion to record the file name first.

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ssi49Author Commented:
Sorry i didn't get back with you sooner. My ISP had problems. Thank You for the code, I will view it later. I'm sure it will work by what i've seen here.
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