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Time ocx how to create time ocx for visual basic 6.0

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Try this
http://www.snapfiles.com/help/missingfiles.html
or try this also
http://www.visual-basic.com.ar/vb-ocx-files.htm
http://www.bigresource.com/VB-Created-activex-ocx-but-browser-wont-load-DEl2srDlaG.html

it might help u good luck

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MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC 6.0 PORTABLE Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 has many advantages compared to other software or programming language, among the advantages of visual basic are as follows: a. Learning curve and development that is shorter than that of other programming languages ??like C / C + +, Delphi or PowerBuilder even though.b. Eliminate the complexity of Windows API function calls, because many functions - these functions have been "embedded" into the visual basic syntax.c. Suitable for developing applications / programs that are "Rapid Application Development).d. It is used to create a program or business applications.e. Used by nearly microsoft office as a macro language and will soon be followed by others.
f. Can create an ActiveX Control
g. Can use the OCX or component provided by third parties (Third Party) as the developer tools.
h. Provides a wizard that is very useful to shorten or simplify application development.
i. Approaching Object Oriented Programming.
j. Can be integrated with the Internet, be it on the client side and server side.
k. Can create an ActiveX Automation Server.

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Aug 07, 2011 | Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 for PC

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I just want to know how to do projects in VB


creating a visual basic project changes very much from version to version but ithnk you are a starter you can start with visual basic 6 bus still you need a basic knowlage of what you are going to do before creating the project
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Apr 11, 2010 | Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 for PC

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How to setup visual basic 6.0


  1. One of the first and best things to do is begin to understand the Visual Basic IDE (Integrated Development Environment). By understanding the IDE you will be able to develop VB programs quickly and effectively. Start by reading the Getting to know the VB6 IDE tutorial
  2. The classic first program in any language is the Hello World tutorial. As a beginner you should make sure you write this program to get your feet wet. Check out the Simple Hello World VB6 tutorial
  3. Good programmers figure out how to use a consistent naming scheme when they develop applications. The quickest way to graduate out of the beginner VB6 level is to check out the Object Types and Naming Scheme VB tutorial
  4. Variables are used in any real development. Make sure you visit the Quick Variable tutorial to see how variables work in Visual Basic 6
  5. (Optional) More In Depth Understanding variables and types in VB6
  6. When you need to make comparisons or have your program choose between options you will need to understand Visual Basic's if statements. Luckily there's a beginners tutorial that explains just that: Understanding the if conditional statement
  7. Once you grasp the basics check out this next beginner VB6 tutorial that goes more in depth into conditional statements: Understanding if statements and conditionals in VB6
  8. Need to do something repeatedly? Need to iterate through a list of things? Need to count from 1 to 1 Billion by 3's? You need to understand loops! Understanding For, Do, and while Loops
  9. Once a beginner understands how to use functions and subroutines he or she is on the road to being a full fledged VB6 guru. A solid grasp on functions and subroutines allows you to reuse code and functionality throughout your program and in future programs.Functions and Subroutines in VB6 tutorial
  10. Last but not least, begin to learn how to use all the great controls Visual Basic offers and create a great User Interface for your clients to use. Basic Graphical User Interfaces in VB6 - Tutorial
Once you have finished these tutorials you should have a very good understanding of the fundamentals of the Visual Basic 6 language and development environment. Feel free to download some more advanced tutorials and continue learning on your own. If you have any questions or comments related to this Visual Basic 6 guide please post them below.

Jan 27, 2010 | Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 for PC

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Drawing in Visual Basic 6.0


Hi - You cannot scan directly into VB6 unless you use a third-party control (OCX). You would need to get the data into a database table and use ADO, or, hard-code the data directly into your source code. You can actually grab it from Excel too but that involves automation programming - not hard to do - just more to learn. Have fun!

May 12, 2009 | Microsoft Visual Basic Enterprise Edition...

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I dont know anything about vb and my teacher has given me big pro


There are many online help sites available especially for Visual Studio. One of my favorites (which happens to be free) is www.planet-source-code.com. Professionals and begginners alike post code they have created for the community. There is a comprehensive search tool to find examples of code that could prove to be helpful to you.

Mar 27, 2009 | Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 for PC

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Compress image files in visual basic 6.0 how could i compress jpeg or jpg in visual basic 6.0 please help me........


To do this you would most likely need to purchase a third-party OCX and add it to the project. I've used VB6 since its release and never saw that capability built-in.

Mar 23, 2009 | Microsoft Visual Basic Enterprise Edition...

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Exe file created not running on other pc.


Hello narensg

In order to be able to run a program (EXE) in a computer, that computer must have Visual Basic RUNTIME MODULES.

please tell your friend to install this runtime modules:
http://download.microsoft.com/download/vb60pro/install/6/win98me/en-us/vbrun60.exe

after installing this package, he will be able to run your program.

Kind regards,
Jerry H.

Feb 25, 2009 | Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 for PC

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Problem in creating report


Crystal Reports comes bundles with VB6 and is a good choice fro reports. Regards -- Joe

Jan 29, 2009 | Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 for PC

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