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What kind of controls does a window have?

What kind of controls does a window have?

What kind of controls does a window have?

(OP)
Hi,

Is there any API that let us know what kind of components/controls (labels, buttons...) does a window have? I already sow the Enum"Something" APi´s..but nothing usefull for this.

After I´m able to know which components a window have, I would like to change some properties of that component. For instance, if a window have a label in it, I would like to change, for example, the caption of that label. I know we can send a message to change something in the window itself... but what I want is to change something in a component of the window...

Any ideias? :)

RE: What kind of controls does a window have?

(OP)
ups... everything is a window :P That´s the answer.

Sorry the question.

RE: What kind of controls does a window have?

(OP)
Hi again!

I realised that every visual basic control is a window except a image control... how come? :P

If I have an image control in a Form, for instance, Am I able to change it?

Thankx

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