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Default Add Runtime Controls

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         I've to add buttons at runtime. I've to do it using loop. I mean i want to add 4 buttons at FORM with different names e.g I dont want to use ARRAY of buttons.


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use the controls.Add method
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if you are not sure how to use 'Controls.Add', here is a brief example.

Option Explicit

Private WithEvents MyButton As CommandButton

Private Sub Form_Load()

    Set MyButton = Controls.Add("VB.CommandButton", "Hello", Me)
    With MyButton
        .Visible = True
        .Caption = "Command1"
        .Top = 120
        .Left = 120
    End With
End Sub

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