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Cant Find VB Link 
15 months ago
I have Windows 10 and I cannot find Visual Basic on it. Any suggestions?
Richard Rost    
5 months ago
Visual Basic doesn't normally come with Windows. You have to purchase it separately or download one of the free editions. Office applications like Excel and Access have VBA built in. See this post about the different options.
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Determine case in combo box Link 
Kevin Robertson     
18 months ago
Hi Alex,

I am looking for a more efficient way of writing the following code;

'set the case for items in combo box
If strMediaType = "cd" Or strMediaType = "Cd" Or strMediaType = "cD" Or Read More...
Alex Hedley   
16 months ago
How is strMediaType being set, is this a input that a user can input?

I tend to change the case first then you know you only have to check say all lower.

The other option is to intercept the key entry and force it to be upper/lower etc then only check for the allowed option.
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Vscroll in VB 2012 Link 
Kevin Robertson     
2 years ago
I am attempting to add a spinner button using the vscroll control in vb 2012 to change a numeric value in a label. How do I determine which button is clicked on (up or down)?
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VB6 App in Win10 Store Link 
Alex Hedley    
3 years ago
Putting (my VB6) Windows Apps in the Windows 10 Store - Project Centennial

Find those old apps and get them published
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VB6 on Win10 Link 
Alex Hedley    
3 years ago
Please vote

Include Visual Basic 6.0 by default on the next version of Windows !
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