[HELP] Create and Remove Controls at Run Time


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    [HELP] Create and Remove Controls at Run Time

    I saw the article (http://www.freevbcode.com/ShowCode.a...815&NoBox=True) that tells how to create and remove controls at run
    time and it works perfectly but I will like to know how can I use the
    objects created. For example: I create a Textbox with name "Text1",
    but how can I use the data that I will insert in the textbox created
    at run time?

    thanks so much for helping.

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    Look at the MSDN page
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...8VS.60%29.aspx

    At the bottom, it explains how to add a Command button, basically you have to declare a global variable of type, in your case, TextBox
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    By referencing it in code through the controls collection. You can also write code for its events just as you would if you put a control on your form at design time...



    Good Luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by mstraf View Post
    Look at the MSDN page
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...8VS.60%29.aspx

    At the bottom, it explains how to add a Command button, basically you have to declare a global variable of type, in your case, TextBox
    That's it. Works perfectly!

    Thanks to everyone.

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