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During a communications session between the PC and the host, I want to display an image like the flying folders displays during a file copy, but the image needs to show communications between two computers.

How would I need to implement this, e.g. code, avi image, etc.?

Thanks.
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Looks like I found the answer.

After I insert an animation control on my form, the code to do what I need it to do is:

Private Sub Form_Load()
    Animation1.Open app.path & "\FILECOPY.AVI"
    Animation1.Play -1, 0, -1
End Sub

Thanks anyway.
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