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The container of a activeX

Posted on 2000-02-29
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I want to know what the container of my activeX control is.

I'am making my own Option-box but in order to have only one option-box "checked"
i need to know what other option-boxes are pressent so i can uncheck.
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Use the Extender object.

Example:

Private Sub UserControl_Click()

MsgBox UserControl.Extender.Container.Name

End Sub

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by:crazyman
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UserControl.ParentControls gives a collection of the parents controls.
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by:dgb
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Just the thing i was looking for,

Thanks
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