Open And Save Excel File In Visual Basic Express 2008
Apr 19, 2010
I'm using VB Express 2008 and I would like to open an excel file and save it with different name file. For example, I would like to open a file in
And then I want to save them with different file name such as
We are testing the visual basic 2010 ee in one of the computing suites at a secondary high school. The installation was fine When we tried opening or saving a project it saves it into a default location i.e my documents. The problem withthis is pupils dont have access to c:. They their own drive on the network (h:) where they save their work. When i went and changed the settings in VB in tool > options.
Whenever I modify a file in the IDE in Visual Basic Express 2008, and then press the "Save" or "Save All" button, the "Save As" dialog opens, then says that a file of that name already exists and requests confirmation of the save. This didn't happen in Express 2005 as far as I remember.
Whether I am using VB 2008 Express or VS 2010 Beta 1 Visual Basic, I get the same error: "Debugging information for 'EXCEL.EXE" cannot be found or does not match. Cannot find or open the PDB file" I have filled in the Debug Tab information: Start external program: C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOffice12Excel.exe
at the Moment in my code I have the words("C:PrivateWords"). and that is where the Username & Password is Stored/kept, But is there a way to store the Username & Password into the Programe. ect... in a form that only the owner of the programe can see. And what would you use on that form ie: listbox, textBox multiline, TableLayout Panel, that if it is possible to create a Form.
and would the code be something like The Altered code Below the code Below:
Public Class CreateUser Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
I have created an excel 2003 file using visual basic 2010 express edition with access as backend. The excel is created using a select into query. I would need help to protect this excel file once it generated using visual basic 2010 so that the users cannot edit the same.
i would like to know how to automaticaly save a given chart from an excel 2007 file into a given folder with a given name ^^i have already got the vb sending the data i want to the excel, and with macros within excel to make the line chart in the excel file..
I am trying to publish a program but when I run the setup I get an error saying I need to put WindowsBase v3 in the Global Assembly Cache which I can do using the File System Editor apparently. The Help says to access the file system editor go to "Editor" on the "View" menu in Visual Studio. But it isn't there.
I have been given a task to:Develop a program where a child will be presented with picture of a fruit (one of five possible fruit) on the screen at the click of a start button. The child will then try to recognise the fruit and write its name in a specified place on the screen. On the click of a check button the name of the fruit written by the child will be checked by your program and if correct will reward the child with a suitable message. If the name presented by the child is not correct, a suitable message should be presented on a red background with the correct name of the fruit included in the message.
so far I have managed to create a form with 5 different fruit pictures and a text box below them. a button at the bottom of the form then checks the results and presents a message box to tell them if they have passed or failed.
From my login form, and when a correct Username and Password has been succesfull and I get a messageBox saying "welcome to your System" (Picture Below) and when I press the OK button in that MessageBox, I want to open Form3.do I add code to the Underlined code (below Picture), or Do I write a completley different code after the messageBox code.
I currently have a dll written w/ VB 6. The problem is my office upgraded to 64bit windows XP and the dll won't work. from what I have found it apears I need a 64bit dll.but am having trouble creating one.
Here is a wierd case - I am making a game in Visual Basic Express 2008 with several forms. Each windows form I've given a quit command that works well to end the game. (Me.Close) However if instead I click on the big X button that windows provides in the upper right hand corner - it does not look to truely stop the program.
I'm running this program in debug mode from the MS VBE editor, but when I click that X it tells me that program is still running even though all
My intention is to load my data from access database through datagridview but it keeps telling me the same error. This is the exact error message I've gotten.. it threw an oledb Exception stating: Could not open table 'MSysAccounts' in the workgroup information file. I've been browsing and viewing different resources but I still do not find a solution to view my data in datagridview. Few things I've tried:
1. I originally uses Ms Access 2007 to load, but it does not seem to work well, hence i converted it into Ms Access 2003 format. Same error displayed.
2. Working around with the workgroup in Access 2003, creating new workgroup which creates System.mdw file and I replaced it in:
First let me statethat my VB skills are appalling. Havent touched it since VB3 Ok here is the scenario. we want to be able to give our first line support the ability to modify AD groups BUT WITHOUT giving the acess or powers in the AD console. I have written command line scripts to do this and it works fine. Un fortunately we have people that think that if it dont have a OK NEXT CANCEL button it aint Windows :(
For some reason, the Add New Item command on the Project Menu is hanging VB on my Vista based machine.but now, it hangs. By that I mean the the little circle cursor spins and spins and spins... This happens even when all I do is start VB, start and new project. and then try to add something, eg. another form, a class, anything except "existing item".
I am in process of writing a setup program that will reside in a USB stick.After inserting the Stick the VB2008E program starts (dont know how) and guides the technician to do certain tasks. As a part of this She/He needs to run a Setup.exe that resides in the same USB stick.
1- How do I define the drive letter of this USB stick.
2- How do I run the x:Setup.exe program without exiting the VB2008? The install process should begin after click of a button.
3- Would Autorun work on USB drives to run the program automaticaly?
4- How do I compile to make a single EXE file at the end?
I am making a Help-form for my application. A Help-form normally has a ListView on the left and a RichTextbox on the right. When you click on a Help topic in the ListView, the text in the RichTextbox is supposed to change accordingly. The text file is part of the application's resources.
I have a Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition application that operates as a front end for iSeries V6r1. The application was developed on a windows 7 machine. Users load the application from a shared folder on a server. Currently, there are 2 Vista, 3 windows 7 and 4 XP users. All had no problem in loading application, all users except 3 of 4 XP users can run the application with no problems. However, 3 of the XP users receive the following error message when they perform any action that tries to connect to the iSeries:
System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException: Index was out of range. Must be non-negative and less than the size of the collection.
I am building a business intelligence application for my organization. I have a form in which I would like to display existing excel spreadsheets. I have searched high and low for a control that would allow me to display a spreadsheet. Basically what I need is a viewer control that I can user to call the individual soreadsheets and display them in the form.I do not want to open excel outside of the application, but instead display the spreadsheet in the form as part of the application.
Is it possible to connect to a database on SQL Server R2 Express from Visual Basic Express? I am following a set of tutorial videos done in SQL Server 2005, but cannot seem to connect to create the database. I have created the database in SQL Server R2 Express, but cannot connect. Is there a work around?
trying to save the settings in a settings form but every time m setting the settings (when the form is running) then exiting it and then reopening itare the settings that i setted not there Ex : I open form2 by clicking on a button thought form1 and change the settings for example i uncheck a checkbox then do i close form2 and then open it again. And the settings should be saved so the unchecked checkbox should still be unchecked.BUT when i close form1 should the settings be unsaved and go back to normal :)
I'm trying to save a setting that keeps what background image I'm currently using.If it's an external file, there is no problem, i can just get the .location and set it in a String setting to store it.
But, if I want to store an image resource as a setting, how do i do it?I know i can store rawdata, like bitmap information, but then i can't set that type of data to the my.background.
I don't know if the question should be: "how do i reference resources", but the my.resources.resource.methodsList doesnt contain anything that seems to be of use.
I need to open an MS Word document and insert a picture to it using VisulaBasic 2008 by clicking on a button. I tried the automation code provided at this link [URL] but I can't find how to do what I want.
I got the following code snippet, but it shows errors in 3 places, the error is type "item name" not defined. I underlined and made bold where the errors show up below'Firstly retrieve data from Access database
Dim con As OleDb.OleDbConnection = New OleDb.OleDbConnection("Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=E:myDB.mdb") con.Open()