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  This directory contains example programs that demonstrate how to use the
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  This directory contains example programs that demonstrate how to use the
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  various dialog control objects in ooDialog.  It is intended that,
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  various dialog control objects in ooDialog.  It is intended that,
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  eventually there will be an example of all the control objects.  The
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  eventually there will be an example of all the control objects.  The
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  programs are intended to cover most of the methods of the control objects.
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  programs are intended to several of the methods of the control objects.
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  This will probably cause them to be medium complex.
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  This will probably cause them to be medium complex.
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    - upDown.rex
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    Demonstrates how to use the UpDown class.  An up down control is a pair
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    - customDrawListView.rex
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    of arrow buttons that the user can click to increment or decrement a
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    value, such as a scroll position or a number displayed in a companion
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    Shows how to use a list-view with emphasis on custom draw.  Custom draw
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    control.
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    with a list-view allows you set the text color, background color, and
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    font for individuals list-view items.  And when the list-view is in
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    report view, this can be done for individual subitems of each row.
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    - fiscalReports.rex
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    Demonstrates how to use the DateTimePicker control.  This example
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    focuses on how to use call back fields in the format string for the
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    DateTimePicker control and how to respond to the FORMATQUERY, FORMAT,
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    and KEYDOWN notifications.
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    - paidHolidays.rex
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    Shows how to use a MonthCalendar control, including responding to the
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    Shows how to use a MonthCalendar control, including responding to the
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    GETDAYSTATE event.  Also shows how to: restrict the time span shown in
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    GETDAYSTATE event.  Also shows how to: restrict the time span shown in
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    the calendar, resize the calendar to the optimal size, and determine
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    the calendar, resize the calendar to the optimal size, and determine
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    which months are currently displayed.
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    which months are currently displayed.
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    - fiscalReports.rex
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    - toolTip.rex
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    Demonstrates how to use the DateTimePicker control.  This example
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    Shows how to use a ToolTip control, including responding to the SHOW
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    focuses on how to use call back fields in the format string for the
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    event to position the ToolTip where desired.  Also shows how to:
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    DateTimePicker control and how to respond to the FORMATQUERY, FORMAT,
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    enumerate the tools contained in the ToolTip, add a tool simply to the
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    ToolTip, add a tool as a rectangular area, create a multiline ToolTip,
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    and create a balloon ToolTip
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    Demonstrates how to use the UpDown class.  An up down control is a pair
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    of arrow buttons that the user can click to increment or decrement a
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    value, such as a scroll position or a number displayed in a companion
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    control.
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    Demonstrates how to use the DateTimePicker control.  This example
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    Demonstrates how to use the DateTimePicker control.  This example
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    focuses on the USERSTRING notification.  The USERSTRING notification is
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    focuses on the USERSTRING notification.  The USERSTRING notification is
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    controls with the CANPARSE style send this notification.  It allows the
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    controls with the CANPARSE style send this notification.  It allows the
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    program to provide the user with the capability of typing within the DTP
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    program to provide the user with the capability of typing within the DTP
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    control.  The program can then provide a custom response when the user
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    control.  The program can then provide a custom response when the user
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    has finished typing.
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    has finished typing.
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    - customDrawListView.rex
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    Shows how to use a list-view with emphasis on custom draw.  Custom draw
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    with a list-view allows you set the text color, background color, and
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    font for individuals list-view items.  And when the list-view is in
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    report view, this can be done for individual subitems of each row.

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