Visual Basic Reference
See Also Example Applies To
Returns or sets the border style for an object.
object.BorderStyle = [value]
The BorderStyle property syntax has these parts:
|Object||An object expression that evaluates to an object in the Applies To list.|
|Value||A value or constant that determines the border style, as described in Settings.|
The BorderStyle property settings are:
|XxNone||0||None (no border or border-related elements).|
Note Constants for ActiveX controls are prefaced by two letters which are specific to the control. For example, the Windows Common Controls use ccNone. In some cases, constants are totally changed. For example the MSChart control uses vtBorderStyleNone. However, the description remains the same unless indicated.