How to build a VBA programming tutorial with the S3000-VBA programming library
VBA programs are the core programming language for most modern applications, but there are many different types of programs.
This tutorial will walk you through the creation of a simple VBA program in S3000 that uses the VBA scripting library.
In this tutorial, we will create a basic VBA application using the vba program library.
The VBA language is similar to C++, so it is important that you know the difference.
The S3000 VBA is a complete solution for creating VBA applications, which includes a scripting language, the VBScript language and the VBScript language.
To begin, we need to install the VbScript library: The VbSScript library, and the vbscript.dll script file are both available on Microsoft Visual Studio, but they require that you install the Microsoft Visual C++ compiler and SDK in order to run.
Install Visual Studio The easiest way to install Visual Studio is to open a command prompt window (Shift+Alt+Enter).
You should see the Visual Studio installation window, which has a list of installed applications.
If not, double-click the VS.NET installation directory.
On the left side of the window, select the Windows Tools menu.
Select Install New Items.
The new windows menu will open.
The next step is to select the Tools menu, which is located at the top of the left panel.
In the Tools panel, you will see the VScript and VBA modules.
You can find the Vba module by selecting it in the list of modules.
Right-click on the module that you want to install.
In its dialog box, choose Install.
Click OK to close the window.
Select the VBCM.dll file from the list on the left of the Visual Cpp menu.
You will see a dialog box with two options.
On one side of this dialog box is a confirmation message that will allow you to proceed.
On that side, you can click the next or previous button.
The file is installed.
Click Install in the VbcM dialog box.
After installing the VbdScript and vba module, click Finish to close.
Select Visual Studio from the toolbar.
When you click Start, the Visual Tools menu will appear.
You should be able to click the Install command to begin the installation.
Select Windows Tools in the upper left corner.
At the top, you should see Visual Studio as an option.
In that window, you see the Install dialog box that is located next to the Run command.
The Install dialog is a command that you can type to run a command or program.
You must type the command or application name, then press Enter to run it.
You may need to type a colon (:) after the command you want the application to run, but that is okay.
The Command Prompt opens.
If you type the name of a program, it will open up a command window for you.
You have two options: Start a program.
Click Start, and then click OK.
The Visual Tools dialog box will open and you will have two choices: Run.
This will start the program you selected.
Alternatively, you may choose to run the program and type its name into the Search box.
Click Save Changes to close out the Visual Properties dialog box and close out of the Command Prompt.
Select Command Prompt from the Windows Explorer menu bar.
If the Command prompt does not appear, click the Start button in the top right corner of the Window menu bar, then click Control Panel.
In Control Panel, click Windows Components.
Right click the Visual Components folder, and select New.
Right clicking the Visual Component folder and selecting New will open a new folder named Visual Components.
Select a folder that is named Visual Component, and name it vba.
On a confirmation dialog box for this step, choose Yes to save the changes you made.
You are finished!
The Vbcm script file will be installed.
Right Click on the Vbscript folder and select Run.
You would now see a window like the following: Now, open the VvcScript.exe script file.
Click the + icon next to it to open the Run dialog box: In the Run window, type the program name, the name you entered, and any arguments.
This is the output that will appear in the output area of the Vcscript.exe window.
If there is an error, you have not entered any arguments, and you have chosen to not run the command.
Click Finish to exit the Run dialogue box.
The script should now be installed and running.
Right Now, click Run and enter the command vbcreate.vbs.
You get a confirmation that the script worked.
Click Cancel to close that dialog box if it does not work.
Now that the VbbScript and Visual Components are installed, you are ready to build the program!
Build the VbpScript The Vbpscript