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Copying the properties to use in code

Posted on 2003-10-29
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I am using VB6.

I know I can print the 'form as text' which shows me all the properties on my form that I want (need to use in my code), I want to be able to copy this and use it in my code (as opposed to printing it and then retyping it all).

Is there any way I can do this?

Regards,
Cassandra
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right click the form when holding down the shift key and you should get the "Open With" option.Select notepad,then copy and paste it.
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Heaps good

Thanks.
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