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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Jan 13, 1999

Disable Easily

You can easily give your check-box control a Locked property without making your own custom control. First, create a frame large enough to contain your check boxes. Clear the caption and set the border style to None. Put as many check boxes as needed on this frame, setting their captions and so on. When you're done, set the frame's Enabled property to False. You can use the same trick to make other controls, such as option buttons and text boxes, appear enabled but not respond.
Dexter Jones
 
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