Creating and writing Help page in Visual Basic 5
Posted on 2003-11-12
Visual Basic 5
The text box, like the label can only contains 256 characters. You cannot have a second line either. As for the rtb (rich text box) box, it said "You do not have a license you use this". I suppose because my Visual Basic is professional and not the enterprise edition.
1) How good is the rtb ? Does it allowed you to edit text like WordPad ?
2) I need a step-by-step on how to write winhelp or html help files & hook them to a Visual Basic program. Is there any step-by-step instruction you can point me to including an API function that called the help file by context-sensitive.