change Windows Registry with VBA 
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 change Windows Registry with VBA

Is it possible to access the Windows Registry (win98) with VBA and make
changes to it?

Werner Rau



Sat, 06 Mar 2004 16:22:42 GMT  
 change Windows Registry with VBA
Sure, you can use the GetSetting and SaveSetting commands
to do this.

If you want to change specific parts of the registry you
will need to search the net for Visual Basic code for
doing this. It gets pretty messy but there are some neat
code samples around.

Regards

Dermot Balson
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>-----Original Message-----
>Is it possible to access the Windows Registry (win98)
with VBA and make
>changes to it?

>Werner Rau

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Sat, 06 Mar 2004 17:12:52 GMT  
 
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