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  • Visual Basic – Multiple Undos Class v2.04

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    Posted on 9 March 2003 Sebastian Thomschke*/?> 3 comments

    I tried a lot of differnet multi undo solutions, but every had at least one draw back. So I had to develop my on solution.

    If you want to use it, you don’t have to clutter your code by pasting in lots of undo-related subs, functions and variables. Everything comes within two small class files.


    All you have to do is to create one class instance and set the richtextbox/textbox you want to enhance with multiple undos. It will look something like this:

    	Dim WithEvents Undo as clsUndo
    	Set Undo = New clsUndo
    	Undo.AssignToRichTextBox Controls, RichTextBox1

    That’s basically all you have to do.

    MultiUndo-ScreenShot

    Source Code @ Planet Source Code

     

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    • what?

      have been looking for undo codes for a long time,
      could you explain more thoroughly how to use this please

    • Jack, simply copy the clsUndo.cls and clsUndoElement.cls class files into your VB project. Then create a new Undo instance as described above and assign it to a text box. Next create undo/redo buttons or menu items that call the undo / redo functions of the Undo class.

      Hope that helps,
      Seb

    • GOOD!

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