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My progrs., There is another problem i have with vb; i.e to disable the mouse click esp the left mouse. I designed a form and I want the form only to respond to the mouse click and outside this the mouse click should b disabled. Thanx alot! damsgab.
Hi folks I've tried to google the answer for this; maybe I just can't see for looking! I know that you can disable the running of VBS scripts that are downloaded by web sites, embedded in emails, & so on. What I can't find out, is this. In win98 or later, can you disable the running of VBS scripts that are already on the local hard disk, and that the user tries to run *deliberately*? (ie. by double-clicking the VBS file, or a shortcut thereto) Here's the background. At present, users start my application by double-clicking a suitable shortcut. For reasons not important here, I need to change the shortcut to point to a VBS script. The VBS script will do a few things, then *it* will start the application. I'm concerned as to whether a general or administrative user, could accidentally or deliberately configure his PC, to prevent the "manual" running of VBS scripts from the local hard disk. If that was possible, it would kill the change proposed above, since it would stop my application starting. Ie. the shortcut would fail to run the VBS script :-( TIA, TC
Hello, I have an application which should get inputs only through a touch screen monitor. For safety reason I want the mouse and keyboard to be totally disabled. Is there a way through vba to achieve that? Thanks, rocco
Hi al! Anyone who knows how to disable/enable the keyboard and mouse, preferably from within a vbscript?