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I want to type math-formula (like MS Equation Editor) in VB6, what do I do? Can you help me find a control for this, thank for your help.
Posted 28-Jul-11 17:24pm
Christian Graus at 28-Jul-11 23:28pm
Why is anyone still using VB6 in 2011 ? Self loathing ? A dinosaur who refused to move with the times ? Are you asking for code to do it, or a component you can plug in ? Plug ins written in C++ were always the only reason VB6 EVER does anything useful....
Andrewpeter at 28-Jul-11 23:48pm
Thank Christian Graus, I know that VB6 is very old in these days, but Im developing my project in VB6 language, thank you for your advice. Ahm, I need a component to do this, if you have source code then it's very good with me. Hope you help me. Thanks.

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Just a plop a text box on your form. then use the EVAL statement on what the user types in.

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