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How can I make a hyperlink inactive?

Posted on 2004-09-10
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Hi,

How can I make a hyperlink inactive? I knlow this is not rocket science but I dont know what property allows the hyperlink to appear greyed out and inactive.

Thanks In Advance.

Cheers

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WHat control are you using? LinkLabel? It uses .Enabled

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Most all visual controls (ie... Textbox, Combo, Treeview, LinkLabel...) in VB .Net use the .Enabled to contol the greyed-out and inactive state.

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this may or may not be redundant....but enabled is a boolean value, so you have to set it to false

Me.LinkLabel1.Enabled = False

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