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Enable/Disable Close, Minimize, & Maximize Buttons

Submitted on: 12/1/1999
By: Pete Cozens 
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User Rating: By 15 Users
Compatibility: VB 5.0, VB 6.0
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     Earlier on I submitted some code to Enable / Disable the Close button an a form. Back by popular demand, this code module allows you to do the same to the Minimise or Maximise (Queen's English!) buttons on the form. Here's the code module in a VERY Mickey-Mouse Demo App.
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12/1/1999 4:51:00 AMChowdary

got it.
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12/30/1999 7:17:19 AMDennis v/d Stelt

Finally one which has it all and actually works great, with examples and all!!!
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5/17/2000 11:27:35 AMlaxmi

I'm using SDI form and it works great.
Thaks a lot for your help

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2/7/2002 12:13:27 AMMike

FInally one that works with a MDI form! thanks!!
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1/4/2003 1:41:28 AMRandy Girard

Hey, finaly one that doesn't just remove from the menu... thx
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2/12/2003 6:23:46 AMIncentral

Yep, just what we were looking for.
Nice and simple. Keep it up!

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8/30/2003 5:35:15 AMe-roq

Hello Pete, :)
Thank you very much for your great code and great example. This really helps me out alot. :)
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6/7/2004 7:37:22 AM

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7/3/2004 9:08:40 PMl

very good job, exactly what i need for a s*tupid MDI form. thanks
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