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HOW TO: Change the Color and the Font of the StatusBarPanel Object by Using Visual Basic .NET     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to programmatically set the color and the font of the StatusBarPanel object by using Visual Basic .NET.

The StatusBar control includes a Panels property, which is a collection of StatusBarPanel objects. The StatusBarPanel class does not have any members that allow you to change of the background color or the font. However, you can use GDI+ to paint the panel with a background color and to draw the text by using a font and a color that you specify...

How to read a text file by using System.IO in Visual Basic 2005 or in Visual Basic .NET     
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This article demonstrates how to retrieve information from a text file and use an ArrayList class to display that information to the user....

How to: Save Data by Using a Transaction  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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You save data in a transaction using the System.Transactions namespace. Use the TransactionScope object to participate in a transaction that is automatically managed for you.

Projects are not created with a reference to the System.Transactions assembly, so you need to manually add a reference to projects that use transactions....

System.ArgumentException when Calling StringBuilder.Insert Method     
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The Dsofile.dll files lets you edit Office document properties when you do not have Office installed     
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The Dsofile.dll sample file is an in-process ActiveX component for programmers that use Microsoft Visual Basic .NET or the Microsoft .NET Framework. You can use this in your custom applications to read and to edit the OLE document properties that are associated with Microsoft Office files, such as the following:
• Microsoft Excel workbooks
• Microsoft PowerPoint presentations
• Microsoft Word documents
• Microsoft Project projects
• Microsoft Visio drawings
• Other files that a...

How to: Set the Order When Performing a Hierarchical Update  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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When you save modified data in a dataset to a database (with hierarchical update enabled), you can control the order that the TableAdapterManager uses to send the individual Inserts, Updates, and Deletes that are required to save the data. The default order for performing a hierarchical update is Inserts, Updates, and then Deletes. The TableAdapterManager provides an UpdateOrder property that can be set to perform Updates first, then Inserts, and then Deletes....

How to set a hook in Visual Basic .NET     
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This article describes how to set a hook that is specific to a thread and to a hook procedure. This article uses the mouse hook as an example.

You can use hooks to monitor certain types of events. You can associate these events with a specific thread or with all threads that are in the same desktop as a calling thread....

How to make a GET request by using Visual Basic .NET or Visual Basic 2005     
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The Microsoft .NET Framework includes many useful classes for networking, including the ability to make Web requests. This article demonstrates how to make a simple GET request to retrieve a Web page from the Internet....

How to create a file-compare function in Visual Basic .NET or in Visual Basic 2005     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to compare two files to see if their contents are the same. This comparison looks at the contents of the two files, not at the file names, locations, dates, times, or other attributes.

This functionality is similar to the MS-DOS-based Fc.exe utility that is included with various versions of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft MS-DOS, and with some development tools.

The sample code that is described in this article performs a byte-by-byte comp...

HOW TO: Execute XPath Queries by Using the System.Xml.XPath Classes     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to use the classes in the System.Xml.XPath namespace to execute XPath queries in .NET applications....

How to use automation to create and to show a PowerPoint presentation by using Visual Basic .NET 2002 or Visual Basic .NET 2003     
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This article describes how to use automation to create and to show a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation by using Microsoft Visual Basic .NET 2002 or Visual Basic .NET 2003....

HOW TO: Manually Post Back for Specific Events in an .aspx Page Using Visual Basic .NET     
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This step-by-step article describes how to set up an .aspx page so that the HTML code that is generated will post back to the server in response to specific events of a control. For example purposes, this article uses the Internet Explorer Web Controls TreeView control....

HOW TO: Write Your Own Registry Accessing Functions by Using the Base Class Libraries in Visual Basic .NET (Q316151)     
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This article demonstrates how to use Visual Basic. NET to access the registry. To do this, you write your own registry accessing functions by using the Base Class Libraries....

How to create and make changes to a custom counter for the Windows Performance Monitor by using Visual Basic .NET     
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This step-by-step article explains how to create a custom performance counter that you can view in the Windows Performance Monitor snap-in....

How To Use the AdRotator Control in an ASP.NET Application with Visual Basic .NET     
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This article demonstrates how to use the AdRotator control to display advertisements in an ASP.NET Web site and how to implement custom "click tracking" logic. Many e-commerce sites use banner advertisements to promote products and services on behalf of customers. The AdRotator control allows developers to place graphical advertisements on a Web Form and provides programmatic functionality that enables the development of custom logic to track advertisement clicks....

How to create and make changes to a custom counter for the Windows Performance Monitor by using Visual Basic .NET     
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This step-by-step article explains how to create a custom performance counter that you can view in the Windows Performance Monitor snap-in....

Simple Steps in VB.NET. Part 5 - Approaching the End     
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Today we will - F-I-N-A-L-L-Y! - finish our address book. The way we will do it might look a bit clumsy and funny. However, it's the fastest, safest, and most effective way for any beginner.

When we install a program, everything goes into one main folder and at least one subfolder. This means to us that we have to change the connection string to our database once more. I promise you, it will be the last time - with this project....



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