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Using the Common Dialog Open/Save Boxes

  • November 20, 2002
  • By John Percival
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In this article, we have seen that the two methods for using the Common Dialogs are not dissimilar. Using the class the only change that you will have to make is changing the object of the properties and ShowOpen method. You can use this class in any project, though it will be particularly useful in a project without any forms. You will also have no need to distribute the OCX with your applications. You now have no need to ever use the Microsoft Common Dialog control for open and save dialogs again!





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