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In my activeX dll project, I have the class as say class1.cls and a form say form1 with label1
from class1, i show the form from one function
i've declared one public event as 'gotClicked'
now what i want is when user clicks on label1 in form1 my gotClicked event [declared in class1] should be raised

Thank u


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Question by:avya2k
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In class1:
Public Event gotClicked()

Friend Sub RaiseAnEvent()
    RaiseEvent gotClicked
End Sub

Private Sub Class_Initialize()
    Set myClass = Me
End Sub

Public Sub Start()
    Dim mForm As Form1
    Set mForm = New Form1
    Call Load(mForm)
    Call mForm.Show(vbModal)
    Set mForm = Nothing
End Sub

In module1
Public myClass As Class1

In Form1
Private Sub Label1_Click()
    Call myClass.RaiseAnEvent
End Sub

Compile project (ActiveX DLL)

Start new 'Standard exe' project, rename project name to something else than 'project1'
Add reference to your new DLL

and add code

Private WithEvents myClass As Project1.Class1

Private Sub myClass_gotClicked()
    Call MsgBox("Clicked")
End Sub
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by:avya2k
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That's very nice
i had tried the same way but failed due to minor mistake of declaration
but anyway ,that ehlped me a lot
Thanks a lot
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