I'm not sure if you'll ever see them in Intellisense. You can find all theReference:: Sikh Philosophy Network http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/information-technology/11613-activex-property-autocompletion.html
properties in the Object Browser though.
Arvin Meyer, MCP, MVP
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"Nick Valeontis" wrote in message
> Hi to all,
> I have a small problem which I believe will be trivial. Still, i have not
> been able to find a solution to google because of too many false hits. It
> seems I have not found the correct keywords.
> Lets say I create a new form in ms access and add a MS Webbrowser control
> named ttt.
> The code: << ttt.Navigate2 http://www.yahoo.gr >> (eg on the event onclick
> of a button) works as expected. However the method navigate does not
> automatically appear when I press ctrl+space on the code editor. I don't
> all the properties and methods of the object ttt.
> What configuration must I make in order to get all possible methods and
> properties of an activex control in the vba code editor of access?
> My other question is whether there is a control that could easily render
> specific html code stored in a string. For example if a string has the
> "123", the control would show 123 with the character 2 bold. Note
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> that I do not want to store the data in a file before displaying them
> in the webbrowser activex control).
> Any ideas?
> Thank you for your time!