VB 6 image

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Visual Basic 6
Visual Basic images
VB program I wrote several years ago shows an image when I click on a control. I have been unable to find the code that causes that image to appear. Nowhere in the program is a mouse-down or keypress _ click found. Also would like to know a way to view the contents of an FRX file. Any help?

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Visual Basic 6

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  • carlosdl
    Just to clarify things a little: What exactly is your final goal regarding your first problem? Do you need to find the code, or do you need to know how to display an image?
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  • TedD
    To identify where the imagei / control is displayed, high light the form that the image is part of in Project Explorer. right click and select view code. In the top left title bar use the drop down and select Form. At this point what you do depends on ONE if the image is only displayed after clicking a control or if the image is part of the form when the form is displayed If the image is part of the form, on the right hand title bar use the drop down and locate Activate or Load and that will show you all the code and activity that occurs when that form is loaded. If the image is displayed only when a control is clicked then in the left hand totle bar use the drop down and select the control name. In the right had title bar there are a variety of events that could contain the trigger code to display the image. You should review: Got Focus, Click, Key Down, Lost Focus etc. depending on just when you desired the event to occur. Those events that are in bold print are the events that have code behind them.
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