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Anybloodyid24-Feb-07 1:22
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Anybloodyid24-Feb-07 22:47
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TwoFaced24-Feb-07 23:17
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Oh, I see. Getting it to work isn't a big deal. I just assumed you had created the dll. What you want to do then is remove rtbText from your application. That control is using the dll which your not going to modify so just remove it. The RichTextBoxPrintCtrl class on your form should appear as a usable control in the toolbox. When I extend a control like that it usually appears under a tab with the name of my application followed by components. For your app I can see the control under "QuickWord Components" which appears at the top of the toolbox. Hopefully you can see the control there. If so just drag it onto your form and rename it to rtbText. Everything should work as though nothing had changed. You may actually have two RichTextBoxPrintCtrl available. So you'll have to make sure you get the right one. Just drop either one onto your form and test it. One should work, the other won't. The other way to make absolutly sure you've got the right control is to add this line to the wndproc method you added to your class.
console.WriteLine(m.ToString)
If your using the right control you should see alot of messages in the console window.
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Anybloodyid25-Feb-07 0:50
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