Hi there and welcome
is this what you are looking for?
Let me know please
Yes. I'm not sure to include the code in the example but it is what I would like to work in Access 2010. I would like to see the distance value increment as I circle the cursor over the image. When I stop moving, I want to store the resulting value in a variable by clicking on the mouse.
ok, then that code will work
I have to head out right now and I can't test it. Hopefully, I can figure out how to incorporate it. I've never used this site before. Is this ticket still open until I give it a try.
its always open
it never closes
just remember to click Accept please when your happy
Sorry but I actually have no idea how to incorporate this code into Access 2010. I'm actually used to be a programmer (diff environment obviously). Is there a way to put the folder "CursorDistance" into a library which is accessible? I can meander my way through basic database functions but this it out of my territory. Can you tell me how to add this code? and... how I would add it to the macro...per below:
Private Sub Image16_MouseMove(Button As Integer, Shift As Integer, X As Single, Y As Single) Me!Text17.Value = X & ", " & YEnd Sub
ok, make a module in Access. Then copy the code in that. You can then just reference the functions anywhere in the database.
ok. I can make a module in access but i'm not sure which code to add. there are quite a few files. Cursordistance.csproj, Form1.cs, Form1.Designer.cs, Form1.resx, Program.cs, and then two subdirectories (obj & properties). Sorry just a total beginner around this stuff. I know how to create basic functions in a module but I don't know how to incorporate this code. Thanks!
ok,then this will require programming on our side as it is most likely too complex for ytou
I will move this question to the programming category