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RadioGroups and RichEdits

RadioGroups and RichEdits

(OP)
Hi guys, I'm back with more questions and hoped you could help me out. This is what I want to do : If you click on an Item from a RadioGroup, a .rtf file displays in a RichEdit. Could you help me out with the code please...

RE: RadioGroups and RichEdits

Well you wont learn anything if we write your code, but here are the steps you need to take..
Use the radio groups onclick method, then determine which item was clicked from the index of the group (someting like, if radiogroup.itemidex = Required selection then call handler procedure),
Write a procedure to handle this which says something like this..
Richedit.loadfromfile(filenameof your rtf).

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RE: RadioGroups and RichEdits

(OP)
I tried that, seems all good but it doesn't seem to find the file specified?

RE: RadioGroups and RichEdits

Did you give it a full path? e.g C:\wheremyfileis\filename. If it is in the same folder as your executable. You can do things like

Filename := ExtractfilePath(application.exename)+ 'thenameofthefile'; to create the path
where Filename is a TFileName or a string.

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