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Drive open help

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what fuction should i use to open a drive like C: or D:(not a cd rom) in normal expanded view ,in help there is func for opening file but i didn't find anywhere of opening a drive,directory,folder (all r same).

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hi, try this

ShellExecute("c:\")

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Thanks for the qiock reply bro ,and am fool that i didn't thought of shellexecute,thanks bros

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Can u tell me how to keep a msgbox on top of all applications till u press ok or cancel. ??????????

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Look up msgbox in the helpfile. Find 262144 on that page.


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One more help plz how can i set any to application at startup

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One more help plz how can i set any to application at startup

You mean, autostart it with Windows? Multiple ways, link to it from the registry runkey ([hklm or hkcu]\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run, I believe), or place it in c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Menu Start\Programma's\Opstarten (in my Dutch Windows installation that is, be sure to check the location of your StartUp folder in your Windows language!)

There's other options like scheduling a Windows task, creating services etc., but they might be too far-fetched for what you need. Perform forum or web searches if you need this kind of thing; there's a lot of information available.


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