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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
May 3, 1999

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Maximum number of controls on a form

Question:
VB limits the number of controls on a form to 255. How do you get around this without dynamically creating and displaying them or frames that contain them? Basically, is there a way to "break the barrier" of 255 max controls per form?

Answer:
Try using the Windowless controls (MSWLESS.OCX) that shipped with VB6. Since they don't have a window handle, they consume less memory.

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