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Language: Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 1, 1996

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Using Registry Editing Functions

Question:
How do I get VB to edit the registry in runtime?

Answer:
The easiest way, assuming you're in VB 4.0 and using Win95, is to use the GetSetting and SaveSetting functions. They're built into VB and automatically put a VB application's settings into a particular area in the Registry...under Software/VB and VBA Applications, if I remmeber right. If you want to put them elsewhere, you have to look into the various APIs to do this. I'm guessing GetSetting and SaveSetting will be sufficient for you.

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