Using the Numeric Up Down Control

Posted on 2006-03-30
Last Modified: 2010-04-23
I have to put values into a numeric up down control.  How do I get the values from 1 - 200 into the control without having to put them in individually?
Question by:howardneal
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    Set Minimum Property to 1
    Set Maximum Property to 200
    Set Increment Property to a value you want the up value arrows to add to or subtract from the value in the text box.
    Set the Value Property to a value you want to set the control at.

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