|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the CColorDialog class.|
|Color||Property||Get the current color.|
|Flags||Property||Get the flags.|
|Class_Initialize||Initialize||Set initial values.|
|Show||Method||Display the choose color common dialog.|
' Example of CColorDialog ' ' To try this example, do the following: ' 1. Create a new form ' 2. Add a command button 'cmdTest' ' 3. Paste all the code from this example to the new form's module ' 4. Run the form Private Sub cmdTest_Click() ' Comments: Example of using the CColorDialog class to select colors from the Windows Common Control Color Dialog. ' As you select a color from the dialog, the color of the text on the button changes. Dim clsColorDialog As CColorDialog ' Initialize the class Set clsColorDialog = New CColorDialog ' Set the default color clsColorDialog.Color = vbRed ' Set flags as desired clsColorDialog.Flags = colFullOpen + colRgbinit ' Show dialog and test if a color was selected If clsColorDialog.Show() Then ' Change the text color of the button Me.cmdTest.ForeColor = clsColorDialog.Color End If ' Clean up Set clsColorDialog = Nothing End Sub
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