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I am studying the book "Beginning Visual Basic 2005". I have 3 squiggle underlines in the code indicating the errors. The errors are all 'Not Declared'.

1) page 254 bottom of page: [u]newToolStripItem</u>_[u]Click</u>(sender, e)

2) page 260 bottom of page: [u]tspFormatting.Visible </u>= True

                        Else

                            [u]tspFormatting.Visible </u>= False

Any help would be appreciated.
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sjar, if the code in point 2) is as you've spelt it, I believe the spelling of the 'visible' property is, as I've spelt it i.e. VISIBLE. I don't know if this helps as I'm learning V.B. 2005 myself, having worked with V.B.6 for years. Liam.


 
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liamfitz, thanks for the help but I had Visible spelled correctly in my code block. I Have tried ever thing I can think of but to no avail.
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Sjar,

Please verify the names of the controls that you have in code by clicking on the controls in the Form Designer and then verifying the name in the Properties window.

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Thearon

Thanks for the info, I found my errors on page 260 I had tsbFormatting as tspFormatting my error and the first on page 254 I had newToolStripItem_Click and it should have been newToolStripMenuItem_Click again my error.

I'll get a cup of coffee before I go to the forum again.

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