This will show 4 Steps 4 Options for 1 Program

Submitted on: 8/18/2018 3:56:48 PM
By: ICE 
Level: Beginner
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     This is a step by step tutorial like set up, It shows a few different options that can be added to change things up some including how to send stuff to a printer if there is a printer attached to the computer, It starts out with a basic bare bones code then steps up a level then another level then the last level, You can see what additional option you think is the best one in your opinion, codes are well commented on and all vb6 parts are contained with in each individual step....

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				What should I say here,,,, I hope it helps and teaches some an maybe it will help refresh some things that some may have forgotten...

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8/18/2018 6:45:33 PMJohn Korejwa

Hi, ICE cold. An offline translator could be quite useful, even if it's only a dictionary that translates one word at a time. It seems every translator needs a good internet connection, and as any traveler can tell you, you can't rely on having a reliable free internet connection in many places in the world. I don't understand why Google or another big company hasn't made a full offline translator. FYI - You can use Cyrillic characters for Russian by setting the ".Font.Charset = 204" property of your TextBox or ListBox control.
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8/19/2018 9:18:05 PMJohn Korejwa

I received your emails, but PSC hides the return address so I can't reply, and there doesn't seem to be a way for me to send you a message. Delete this user comment, and if you'd like to chat, send a message and include your email address.
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