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Getting a Reference to a VB 5.0 UserControl

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Submitted on: 1/1/2015 10:44:00 AM
By: Found on the World Wide Web (from psc cd)  
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Compatibility: VB 5.0, VB 6.0
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     Visual Basic 5.0 allows you to use UserControls to create ActiveX controls in your projects. The following code snippet does two things: It gets a reference to the form in which a UserControl is placed, and it gets a reference to that control on the form. by David Mendlen
 
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' Name: Getting a Reference to a VB 5.0 UserControl
' Description:Visual Basic 5.0 allows you to use UserControls to create ActiveX controls in your projects. The following code snippet does two things: It gets a reference to the form in which a UserControl is placed, and it gets a reference to that control on the form. by David Mendlen
' By: Found on the World Wide Web (from psc cd)
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Dim PControl As Object
Dim MyControl As Control
Dim AControl As Object
'Get my UserControl
For Each AControl In ParentControls
  If AControl.Name = Ambient.DisplayName Then
    Set MyControl = AControl
    Exit For
  End If
Next
'Get the Form UserControl is on
Set PControl = ParentControls.Item(1).Parent
While Not (TypeOf PControl Is Form)   Set PControl = PControl.Parent
Wend


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