Reading from Registry 80 Points

Hi, got this code from experts:
     Private Sub DoIt_Click()
         DoIt.Checked = Not (DoIt.Checked)
         SaveSetting "MyApp", "Startup", "MenuItem", DoIt.Checked
     End Sub

     Private Sub Form_Load()
         DoIt.Checked = GetSetting("MyApp", "Startup", "MenuItem", True)
     End Sub

My question is how do i read the registry: GetSetting("MyApp", "Startup", "MenuItem", True) to determine if the value is "True" and if it is "True" i would like my program to make a message to show this ?
If anyone could show me how to do this with a little working code, then i have 80 points for you !
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You can save a setting with
SaveSetting "MyApp","Startup","MenuItem",DoIt.Checked

Then you can get it with

dim a as boolean
a = getsetting("MyApp","Startup","MenuItem",DoIt.Checked)

if a = true then
msgbox "Its checked!"
msgbox "Its not checked!"
end if

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ssi49Author Commented:
Hey Plasmatek:)
Did just what i wanted it to do ! Thank You and Sorry i didn't get back sooner, had to run an errand.
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