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Working with a VB control

Posted on 2002-06-04
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I am wondering how you instatiate a vb conrtol through code

I need to use a label without actually placing one on a form I ws thiking it would be something like this but obviously it didn't work :-)

Dim lblLabel as Label

  Set lblLabel = new Label
 
  lblLabel.width = 400

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Dim myLabel As Label
Set myLabel = Form1.Controls.Add("VB.Label", "myLabel")

myLabel.width = 400
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by:Richie_Simonetti
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and, if i am not wrong and you want to access events too:
dim withevents myLabel as label
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by:pgarn
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thnx great answer
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by:bobbit31
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your welcome :)
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