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How can I use VB 6.0 to make a Wordpad (just like the Wordpad on our Windows), it got 'new', 'save', 'save as' and also a 'sub window' function, that is we can open several document on same time. How can I do it ??
All your answer/comment will be appreciated, Thanks !
p/s: pls put the comment beside the script, just because I am still the beginner of Visual Basic, Thanks !
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There is a sample application that ships with VB. It's called "MdiNote.vbp Making a simple multiple-document interface application. Menu creation," you can find it on this path:

\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\MSDN98\98VS\1033\samples\VB98\

If you have not installed the samples, you can copy the files from the MSDN Library CD, at this location:

\Samples\VB98

If you don't have the MSDN Library, you can give me your e-mail. And I can send it to you...

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by:ahchong
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Yes !! my email is: chchong4@hotmail.com, please send it to me.
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by:Olli083097
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I have sent it (compressed with winzip). But can you receive attachments on hotmail?

Anyway, I hope this will help you!

BTW: I think the Notepad you are trying to make, already exists in Windows2000...
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