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tbusby Copper 8 posts since
Oct 10, 2001
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Oct 10, 2001 12:00 AM

Using VB scriptable objects

Does anyone know of any good tutorials on using scriptable objects.

I've had a dabble but need to learn more; e.g. how do you make a command button work when you click on it?

Mine only seem to run the script after you click outside the region that contains the button.

Is it possible to create an input form in visual basic and show that by clicking the command button on the mathcad sheet?

Thanks

Tony
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    Oct 16, 2001 12:00 AM (in response to tbusby)
    Using VB scriptable objects
    To make the Scriptable Object Component (SOC) do something when an event is fired by the embedded control you need to write an event handler (in the SOC script).

    For example, here is some code from one of our custom controls

    Sub PushBtn_Click()
    If state = 0 Then
    state = 1
    Else
    state = 0
    End If
    PushBtn.Recalculate()
    End Sub

    When you click on the pushbutton control the Click event will be raised and this routine will be called. It changes the state of a global variable and causes the SOC to recalculate.

    Of course, I can't go into all of the details here but every control that can be embedded in a SOC will most likely fire an event...so you need to write the code to handle the event.

    Check out some of the other custom control scripts and search the collab for "scriptable" for more examples.

    I hope this helps.

    Ron

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