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What would be the quickest easiest way to make a custom scanning application in a VB program?
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Question by:dbmagic
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by:Olli083097
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"...scanning application...?" What kind of scanning application?
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cys050200 earned 100 total points
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simply go to project-->components , and look for the 'kodak image scan control', then press 'Apply'
Add a new button to the form.
Add the following code in the button.
 
On Error GoTo myerr:
ImgScan1.StartScan
ImgScan1.StopScan
myerr:
MsgBox "error"

that's it.
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by:dbmagic
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What about with NT... and are those the only 2 available commands?
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