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User Control property with Open dialog box in VB

Posted on 2009-04-01
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I am trying to build a user control with a property to browse and locate a file with full path.  Kindly help me to achieve this

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Sudarsan C.R
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I am looking for show open dialog box from normal user control property sheet.  It will be help if code is provided because i dont have access to download from the net
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I see what you mean.

You can do this by using the ActiveX Property Page Wizard.
And in the property page add the logic for picking and browsing a file.
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Thanks for your solution and timely help which help me to achieve my result.
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