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    Hi,

    i am having a problem in vb.
    The basic program is that i have a label with a name of something in it. next i have a command button which everytime u press it add 1 to the quantity ordered. on the right i have a textbox.

    I want to display the text from with in the labe followed by " x " and then the amount ordered.

    I can diplay the amount easily but it will not display the text from the label in the textbox. any ideas??

    Thanks

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    put the text box on top of the label if you want it IN the label area.

    what you'll need to do is this:

    Code:
    Option Explicit
    Dim amount As Integer
    
    Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Text1 = ""
    amount = amount + 1
    Text1.Text = Label1 & " x " & (amount)
    End Sub
    Last edited by backlash; 11-29-2004 at 07:24 PM.

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    Thanks for that. I kept on trying to display the value of the label!!

    Another question;

    when i am producing the reults in a textbox on the right of the screen, i want a seperate line for each. For example, there are 3 command buttons and everytime you click them i want the textbox on the right to display the name and quantity ordered. However, when i do it, the 1st works fine but after that it just writes over the text!!

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    why don't you use a picture box for that? Makes it a hell of a lot easier than trying to use a text box (which can be edited by the user when there's text in it).

    then have the code be:

    Code:
    picOutput.Print Label1 & " x " & amount
    picOutput.Print Label2 & " x " & amount2
    picOutput.Print Label3 & " x " & amount3
    you'll need to put them in their corresponding command button's sub routine.
    Last edited by backlash; 11-30-2004 at 01:22 PM.

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