i m using vb.net 2005 (winforms).
when i wnt to go to next day i use datetime.adddays(numberofdays) function.
but now i wnt to go back by one day , how to do it? what function is present for this Please tell me.
i saw "Subtract function" in help but didnt get it.
tell me any another function or if datetime.subtract() function can be used for subtracting one day frm our date then please guide me how to use it.
Thanks for any help in advance.
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How to make windows form tranceparent but the flashcontainer which holds the flash animation shoudn't be transeparent and all the picturebox controll which present in that form shouldn't be tranceparent.please help me in this matter quickly.
You can pick a color for a transparency key for your ENTIRE form, not parts of it. If there is anything painted on your form that is this chosen color, even in a Flash animation, it'll be drawn transparent.
Dim btn As New Button
btn.Location = New Point(30, 10)
btn.Size = New Size(75, 35)
btn.Text = "abc"
ToolTip1.SetToolTip(btn, "this this my tool tip")
' just add a tooltip control to the form from the toolbox
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That's a really bad idea. Changing the screen resolution will rearrange the icons users have on the desktop. You dont change system-wide settings just to make YOUR app look pretty. Windows is a shared system, and it's up to you to write your code so it works and plays nice with others.
thanks for replay.if i want fix a resolution for my system then i want some code or some example.i want is there any mathod present for fix the screen resolution.thanks for give the hints i am using u,r concept
U have to add ShockwaveFlashObjects & ShockwaveFlashObjects from add reference. then onload if flash object name is FlashObj write:
.Movie = Application.StartupPath & "\mymovie.swf"
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