Subject Re: Component Pallet
From Bob McKinney <>
Date Fri, 11 Nov 2022 12:47:25 -0500
Newsgroups dbase.getting-started

Hi All:  After seeing all the great help msg's I went in from the back door and tried to find them in  the "Help".  Not to question your answers, but  my goal Lean to use the help fiile.  In this short period of time I'm seeing an awful lot of help there.  Thanks for all of your help, It's starting to show me how to find it.  Many thanks.....Bob

>Ken Mayer Wrote:

> On 11/10/2022 1:25 PM, Bob McvKinney wrote:
> > Hi Lee:,
> >> Read your help file. Here is the text that you seek.
> > Totally strange and new to me.  Guess I never knew the correct question.
> >>    
> >> Topic group Related topics - Found this text.  Could not find the text
> >> Set Up Custom Components. - Saw several items regarding "components".   Could not find any text regarding "Set UP" or deleting components.
> >
> > I'm sure the text regarding "deleting" is there somewhere,  if I just knew the right question.and the location or where to ask it.  Many thanks for your help......Bob
> Bob -- you have to be in the form designer -- start a blank form for
> example (double-click "[New Form]" in the Navigator).
> Then in the File menu, find "Set Up Custom Components" -- select it.
> In the dialog, you will see any custom components set to automatically
> load when dBASE starts. Select one of them and the "Delete" button will
> be active -- "Delete" does not remove the from the harddrive, but
> deletes it from the list. Remove the one(s) that need to be removed and
> then close the dialog. Close the empty/blank form, then close dBASE.
> Restart dBASE. These components shouldn't be on the Component Palette
> anymore.
> Ken
> --
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