Some serious problem occurred the other day.
I'm building a reporting module. At the moment I have a .NET Application which consists of several buttons to the right side of the form. on the mid - left side there is Word 2007 hosted in a panel. The .NET Application loads a .NET DLL...
For the several applications rolled out right now we want a single module to handle inter-application communication. i.e. we have one application (called App1 for simplicity) and with a button in this application we switch to another application (called App2). we want to exchange...
I'm trying to send some messages to another program.
Somehow they never arrive.
The sending application on button click:
Dim info As New ProcessStartInfo("C:\Users\mso\Documents\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\SwitchApplication\MedicalRecords\bin\Debug\MedicalRecords.exe")...
I've encountered the following problem and I'm really clueless.
For work I've made a word host application, and now we need to switch templates in it. I've made a custom ribbon where a combobox lists all templates. These templates are loaded in the combobox_change event. See code...
I have a WinForm application built in VB.NET, all works fine.
Now I want to have a nice icon to finish it all up.
I already have a form Icon (So it shows up while doing Alt+Tab, and the taskbar is also fine).
I also set the icon at the properties page for the application. And even in...
The problem is the following:
How can I pass a Word.Document object from vba code to vb.net?
I have made a small program which wraps Word 2007 into a usercontrol (custom panel) but now I want to interact with the document I ran into some problems..
For some other customizations...
I've placed a combobox on a form called SourceCBox
in the load event on this form I placed the following code:
_images = New List(Of Projects.Sprite)
SourceCBox.DataSource = _images
SourceCBox.ValueMember = "Filename"
SourceCBox.DisplayMember = "Name"
Dim img As New...
I'm trying to get a menu button as in
but within windows forms as a user control instead of SilverLight 2
(patient record -> menu button on the top left)
It is like a rounded button, and when clicked a set of buttons move...
Lately I'm working on some paint program in vb.net but the floodfill algorithm (such as the bucket tool in MS paint) gives me some problems.
I do the tool as follows..
I create a new stack object, and from the point where the user clicks, it goes all the way to the top of the image...