Grover Park George has a very useful posting on 32 bit Access 2010, 64 bit OS and API calls. A work in Progress and 64 Bit VBA I did not realize that this was a problem in 32 bit VBA. So there will be some work when converting to Access 2010 if your or a client system are on a 64 bit system.
* Command line now supported for Start Method = File Extension
* Minor updates to update form
* Minor bug fixes
A big thank you to Mathew X and Tina T for doing such a fine job of reporting several UI bugs with screen shots and detailed descriptions.
A very useful question was asked in stackoverflow – I want to use vba to take a screenshot (which will then be sent as an email attachment). Ideally, I’d like to take a screenshot of just the active form. Is there any way to do this? I’ve been vaguely thinking about this for years. Now this won’t help if you have an error message on the screen.
If you’ll notice my comment I suggest saving the created BMP image in the clipboard into a table. I didn’t elaborate on exactly how to do that. Possibly the code at Lebans OLEtoDisk might be enough to get you going.