Remarks

Note The Controls collection is a late-bound collection. This means the
compiler cannot determine in advance which controls are contained by the
collection, their objects or their interfaces. Without this information, the
Auto Statement Builder will not function.





Forget I ever asked this.... <blush>


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Inside, I'm screaming
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"Pino Carafa" <deathtospammers@eircom.net> wrote in message
news:3959fc5a$1@news.devx.com...
> Wow....
>
> There's something dodgy going on with my VB installation.
>
> When I'm coding in a form and I type
>
> Licences.
>
> or
>
> Controls.
>
> The little wizard thingy (what dya call that?) doesn't come up with the

list
> of properties/methods to choose from. With Licences, I can get around it

by
> typing
>
> VB.Licences.
>
> after which it does come up with the list. But with Controls, nothing

works.
> Worse even, when I type:
>
> Me.Controls.
>
> It beeps at me ominously, as if to say "you're doing something illegal

here
> boy".
>
> What's up? How can I get this back to normal?
>
>
> Pino
>
> --
> Inside, I'm screaming
> --
>
>