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VB 6.0 - Save form modifications in code

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I have created code that makes a modification to Data Controls on a form.  It udpates the connect string.  How can I save the form modifications?
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Éric Moreau earned 50 total points
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The easiest way is to open the .frm file as a text file and write to it.
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Check out the savesetting and getsetting statements. They are used to save application settings in the registry. It works very nicely and the help text explains how to use it.
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