Visual Basic Easter Egg - Developer Credits

1. Start Visual Basic 5.0
2. If you get the New Project dialog box, just click Open.
3. Click the View menu, point to Toolbars, and click Customize.
4. Go to Commands tab.
5. Click the Help category, and drag the About Microsoft Visual Basic item into the help menu.
6. Click the Modify Selection button and set the name for the newly inserted menu item to "Show VB Credits" without the quotation marks.
7. Click the Close button.
8. From the Help menu, choose Show VB Credits.
9. Enjoy!

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Contributed By: James Johnston on 07-19-1999
Reviewed By: Webmaster
Special Requirements: MSVB v5.0
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Bill writes:
Works in VB 6.0 too...
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EggMaster writes:
I've found the audio file that plays the music to this egg. Go to your C:\windows\temp folder. Delete all of the files that it will let you. Open Visual Basic 5 and leave the Temp folder open. Run the egg, but don't close it. Switch back to the folder, a new file VBxxxx.tmp will appear. x stands for a random set of 4 numbers appended to the file name. Copy this file to another folder. Rename it VBxxxx.mid and double-click it.
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xFX writes:
You can also use the UP and DOWN arrows on your keyboard to control the scrolling and animation speed.
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Josh Santos writes:
This works in any application that has Visual Basic built-in such as Microsoft Word...just open the program and press + to open Visual Basic.
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