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Visual basic if i use the GetElapsedDays() function im getting the following error... External name not defined. my code: GetElapsedDays ([rs.Fields(6).value] - [datetime.date]) plz help...

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Please Check the format of date time that is comming from record set

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=spellnumber is not working in my excel sheet


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How to disable command button in visual basic


  • tep 1 Open Visual Basic and select "Standard Exe" to create a new project.
  • Step 2 Add a button by clicking the square button tool on the right, and then clicking and dragging in the main window.
  • Step 3 Click the button once to open the "Properties" window on the right. Select the "(Name)" property, and type "myCmdButton" as the name.
  • Step 4 Double-click the button to open up the code-view window. Type the following in the white space under "Private Sub myCmdButton_Click()":
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  • Step 5 Click the blue "Run" button on the top toolbar of Visual Basic. Because you set enabled to "false" in the previous step, you will see your button grayed out, and nothing will happen when you click it.
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    What does Dim, Try , Me , Private Sub means in Visual Basic


    Dim allows you to declare a variable. It is short for "Dimension", and is an old old keyword. For example if you want to declare a variable called i that can hold an integer you would write:
    Dim i As Integer
    The Try keyword is used to allow you catch errors when they occur. If you didn't catch them, they would cause the program to end with an error report.
    Try ' Code goes in here that might throw an error Catch Ex As Exception ' Code goes here to deal with any error End Try
    The Me keyword refers to the current instance of the class in which the word appears. For example if the class is called Form1, then Me allows you to refer to the current instance of the class when the code is running.
    Private Sub is formed from two Keywords. Private is an "Access modifier". When applied to a Sub it means that the Sub would not be visible outside the class. Sub is short for "Subroutine". A subroutine is a section of code that performs some useful function that you might want to run many times. For example you might want to do something whenever a button is clicked, and so you would write a subroutine with code in that will run whenever the button is clicked.
    It would be better to ask programming questions in a visual basic forum. There are many on the internet. Search the internet for "visual basic forum". Also note that when you are using Visual Studio 2005, you can press the F1 key when you have placed the cursor in a word that you do not understand, and it will open the help and the relevant page.
    These terms are very very difficult to understand when you have never programmed before. Usually it is best to take a lot of it on faith, and move on through the book or example that you are following without completely understanding it all. Over time, with practice, repetition and perseverance you will start to develop an understanding of the underlying concepts. They are hard to explain and hard to learn.

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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
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    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
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    When i open remote management showing a error message''error:1004'' please help me to solve this problem.


    his problem can occur when you give the workbook a defined name and then copy the worksheet several times without first saving and closing the workbook, as in the following sample code: Sub CopySheetTest() Dim iTemp As Integer Dim oBook As Workbook Dim iCounter As Integer ' Create a new blank workbook: iTemp = Application.SheetsInNewWorkbook Application.SheetsInNewWorkbook = 1 Set oBook = Application.Workbooks.Add Application.SheetsInNewWorkbook = iTemp ' Add a defined name to the workbook ' that RefersTo a range: oBook.Names.Add Name:="tempRange", _ RefersTo:="=Sheet1!$A$1" ' Save the workbook: oBook.SaveAs "c:\test2.xls" ' Copy the sheet in a loop. Eventually, ' you get error 1004: Copy Method of ' Worksheet class failed. For iCounter = 1 To 275 oBook.Worksheets(1).Copy After:=oBook.Worksheets(1) Next End Sub

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    Errors after building


    ok DIALOGSET is referenced in your code but where is it declared , or defined, could be a class or structure etc.

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    1. Start the Visual Basic Editor (press ALT+F11).
    2. If Project Explorer is not visible, press CTRL+R to activate Project Explorer.
    3. Click to select the Visual Basic project that contains the module sheet that you want to copy.
    4. On the Tools menu, click References. Click to select the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications Extensibility 5.3 check box, and then click OK.
    5. Click Module on the Insert menu.
    6. Type the following code into the module sheet: Sub CopyModule() Dim CodeLines As String Dim ModuleToCopy As VBComponent Dim NewModule As VBComponent ' Set a variable to the module to copy. ' Note: This assumes that the name of the module to copy is ' "module2". Replace "Module2" with the name of the module to copy. Set ModuleToCopy = _ Application.VBE.ActiveVBProject.VBComponents("module2") ' Get the Visual Basic code from the module. CodeLines = ModuleToCopy.CodeModule.Lines _ (1, ModuleToCopy.CodeModule.CountOfLines) ' Create a module sheet in another workbook. ' Note: You must refer to the name of the Visual Basic project. By ' default, the name of all new projects is "VBAProject". You may want ' to rename the project to which you are copying the contents of the ' module sheet. Set NewModule = Application.VBE.VBProjects("VBAProject") _ .VBComponents.Add(vbext_ct_StdModule) ' Add the Visual Basic code to the new module. NewModule.CodeModule.AddFromString CodeLines ' Rename the new module to the name of the previous module. NewModule.Name = ModuleToCopy.Name End Sub
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