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Chapter 21. Using ActiveX Controls > Using the Common Dialog Control

Using the Common Dialog Control

The Common Dialog control is actually like many controls in one. You use it to display the standard Windows File Open, File Save As, Font, Color, and Print common dialog boxes. It's a hidden control that doesn't appear at runtime, but whose properties and methods can be manipulated by using VBA code. The frmCommonAndRich form, shown in Figure 21.15, illustrates using several of the common dialog boxes as well as the Rich Textbox control, covered in the next section.

Figure 21.15. The form used to illustrate common dialog and rich text boxes.



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