Code Rip html grabber VB refer to objects?

davidpayten

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Hi All,

Kind of new to the whole world of vb. Can someone tell me how I can control the objects in an application?

Ie While in the application if I wanted to goto the toolbar and select "file" and then "exit" how would one do this? I can open up the app via dos by pointing to the exe. I can also refer to it as an object in vb and point to the .bat that opens the file as well.

I cannot find any documentation on how to create my own objects for any app. Can anyone please point me to a useful link that might be able to help me?

Cheers

Dave
 

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Greg Truby

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Después de más de dos cientos mensajes aquí, me imagino que usted se colocó su mensaje en el foro de idiomas extranjeras por equivocación.

As for closing the app, look up the EXIT method for the application object in the VBE's object browser.

As for creating your own objects, one uses class modules to do that.
 
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