Visual basics

Posted on 2003-12-01
Last Modified: 2013-12-04
How do you make a button print out the form while the program is running
Question by:fishmanfishman
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Dhaest earned 50 total points
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public sub command1()
end sub

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Open the form for design.
Double click on your button.
(If you don't have the button yet, open the toolbox from Menu\View\Toolbox and add the button on the form)

write :

Private Sub Command1_Click()
End Sub

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a friendly tip on how to sound more professional: it's 'visual basic', not 'visual basics' :P

(im just playin and annoying people as usual)

laterz bro

btw both those guys above have correct answers
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My recommandation: answered by dhaest

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