as most people know (and i just found out), the getallsettings command in access VB is limited to the vb settings folder of the hkey_current_user portion of the registry.
here's the code i *was* using:
Dim MySettings As Variant, intSettings As Integer, copyprotect As String
' Check registry settings
MySettings = GetAllSettings(appname:="M
For intSettings = LBound(MySettings, 1) To UBound(MySettings, 1)
If intSettings = 0 Then
If MySettings(intSettings, 0) = "Right" And MySettings(intSettings, 1) = "5" Then
copyprotect1 = "okay"
ElseIf intSettings = 1 Then
If MySettings(intSettings, 0) = "Bottom" And MySettings(intSettings, 1) = "7" Then
copyprotect2 = "okay"
my problem is that i need to be able to read settings from the hkey_local_machine portion of the registry. after reading about the .net framework on the msdn site, i'm confused regarding the proper use of the registrykey command.
can anyone help me do what i was doing before now that i'm playing with what seems to be a totally different command?
(i'm using access 2000, if that makes any difference.)