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moving a usercontrol

Posted on 2001-06-04
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I am writing a usercontrol (ActiveX control).
The thing is, I want it to move when I drag it arround, however, I can not access the left and top properties of the "usercontrol" nor can I find a move or moveto method.

How can I move a custom control from within its own code?
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by:SADiver
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something like
me.left=x
me.top=y....
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RodStephens earned 100 total points
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The Extender object provides access to the UserControl's Left, Top, Width, and Height properties, and to its Move method.

'    Extender.Left = Extender.Left + 240
'    Extender.Top = Extender.Top + 240
    Extender.Move _
        Extender.Left + 240, _
        Extender.Top + 240, _
        Extender.Width - 240, _
        Extender.Height - 240
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by:SADiver
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Thanks man....
Working 100%!
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