A Custom Message Box ActiveX Control

This is an ActiveX control that will produce a message box. This code is based upon Netscape's new message box. I have modified this code to suit my own needs.

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The MessageBox code is wrapped up in a control, but could quite easily be converted to a DLL depending on your requirements. The control shows the dialog with one line of code :

CustomMsgBox1.MessageBox msg, miInformation, msOk, _
                              "Custom Message Box"

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  • Status Printing and The Print Driver

    Posted by Legacy on 01/08/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Sutan

    How To know the Status of Printing and The Print Driver, if i want to print the file using Web Programming.
    For Example, Client browsing to server using HTTP, and the user go to upload file (DOC,JPEG,GIF,PDF) and cek the status printing and go to printing.

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