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Microsoft: FoxPro FAQ

Classes and Objects

A way to insert your own class from Forms Control Toolbar by ramani
Posted: 5 Dec 02

** How to .. ?
** Insert you own class objects in your form as and when
**    you drag and drop from your  FormsControl ToolBar.
Start the VFP.

VFP Menu->Tools->Options->FieldMappings->Modify->
Select TextBox and put your modified TextBoxClass name suitably in the options available.

Same way update for all the controls you want your own class.
Push the save button.

Now open your form and add the fields or drop the forms control objects.
You will find your class controls instead of standard base class.

* End
** Ramani (Subramanian.G)
** FoxAcc Software / Winners Software
** ramani_g@yahoo.com
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