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Import Web Content into Your Excel Workbook
by George Daouros
Use this code in conjunction with Micorosoft's WinHTTP tools to import Web content into an Excel workbook.
Retrieve the Full and Short Pathnames with a Batch File
by HR Nagesh
You can use this code when you've run out of storage in the %PATH% environment variable.
Capturing Key States from a Non-active Window
by Sriram Swaminathan
This function takes a virtual key code as a parameter and returns non-zero if the function succeeds.
Displaying a Value in a Listbox Control
by A Kumaravel
This tip shows you how you can display a value in a listbox control only when there is an existing entry in the data control.
USE API Programming to Determine Whether a File Exists
by Ken Yang
This API code can help you check for the existence of a file.
Object Instance Comparison
by Joe Briere
Linking Your Access Databases with ADOX
by Leng Dieb
Print an Error Report with NotePad
by Minh Nguyen Tran Phan
Faster String Processing
Faster String Processing
Changing the Attributes of a File
Changing the Attributes of a File
Bit Shifting in VB
by K.Nageswara Rao
Determine the Value of a Date Variable
by Guoran Xie
How to Reference a Control with a String Like a Name
by Armando Antonio Dasilva
Create Folders Using the File Sytem Object Model
by Emmanuel Ngwane
Register ActiveX Files Using the Mouse
by Matthew Hanna
Use an API Function to Limit the Entry of a Textbox Control
by Armando Antonio Dasilva
Select Quick Dates (Current Hour/Week/Month)
by Dinesh Asanka
Retrieving the ID of the last inserted record
by Marco Bellinaso
When you add a new record to a SQL Server table that has an identity column, you usually want to read back the auto-generated ID, for example to use it as a foreign key in another table. If you use stored procedures this is easy to do: just use an output parameter that you set as follows: SET ...
Registering a MSDE SP3 instance into a group in Enterprise Manager
by Ian Northwood
I installed MSDE SP3 as per MS's directions. However, running Enterprise Manager and trying to register the SQL Server instance into a group (this is on the same box that MSDE was installed, BTW) resulted in the old "Server does not exist or access denied" error. This occured whether I used SQL ...
Serialize Data Using a PropertyBag
by Mike Kurtz
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