This simple stack class module can be dropped into any project and used straight away. The default items in the stack are variants, but can be changed to use and variable / object type. (Originally posted January 7, 2000.)
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(Originally posted December 23, 1998.)
Shows how to drop down the DataComboBox in VB6 when the SendMessage API call doesn't work. (Originally posted May 2, 1999.)
This code shows how to use a TextBox control with a Grid.OCX (VB4) or a MSFlexGrid.OCX (VB5/6) control to make an editable grid control. It also demonstrates how to copy the selected Cells to the ClipBoard. (Originally posted May 7, 1999.)
This code shows how to add nodes to a Sheridan TreeView control with popup menus - the code can easily be converted for use with a standard TreeView. (Originally posted July 1,1999.)
This article demonstrates how to capture the Column Resize event in a MSFlexGrid Control (VB5 - maybe VB6). (Originally posted April 12, 1999.)
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