Visual Basic Controls (Source Code) Free Download

Version: 3.0   (version history)
Date: March 13, 2005


OS: Win 3.x/95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
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Author: Visual Basic Controls by WolfeByte Solutions

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Visual Basic Controls (Source Code) Description

Visual Basic Controls (Source Code) Free Download.

Visual Basic Source Code that demonstrates how to make VB Controls by using a Picturebox and pure VB Code. Current Visual Basic Components include: Scheduler Source Code, Calendar Source Code, Clock Source Code, Slider Source Code, Scheduling Program and a Free Visual Basic source code control example.

All of the VB Source Code is compatible with VB3, VB4, VB5 and VB6. The source code draws the control directly onto a Picturebox and can be compiled into any VB program without any additional file requirements.

Visual Basic Controls (Source Code) keywords: visual basic source code, vb source code, free source code, vb calendar, vb clock, vb slider, vb scheduler, vb scheduling

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