Learn how to modify the tooltip window to get a true 'shaped' API tooltip window for your controls. (Added: 7-Dec-1999)
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Learn to create a 3D Label. (Added: 3-May-2000)
Learn how to use the VB6 DataGrid as a data-entry tool with a Disconnected ADOR RecordSet'—very small and very useful! (Added: 7-Dec-1999)
Learn how to create controls at runtime using the Controls.Add method (VB6 only) (Added: 7-Nov-2000)
This code demonstrates how to dynamically size controls on your form / usercontrol. Controls can be set to expand dynamically, aligned only, or only expand in one direction - a great couple of small clean classes to add to your GUI projects. (Originally posted September 3, 2000.)
If you have a method in ActiveX Control which takes a Variant array to initiate the control for some purpose. Use this easy tip. (Originally posted November 30, 1998.)
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