|Submitted on: 1/29/2003 11:44:12 PM |
By: Eka Puji Widiyanto
By 2 Users
Compatibility:Delphi 7, Delphi 6, Delphi 5, Delphi 4
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| This article will show you how to make your application to be able automatically load when Windows is on starts up.|
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|3/7/2003 8:11:02 PM:Ateneo|
Hi, my friend.
I have notice the
date of your submision because I've got
a Delphi FAQ from several years ago in
which this way of making it is
I suggest you not to use
a fixed name and location for the file,
unless you are installing it from
What I use is
the EXEName property of
then it should
is to change the registry data
('Hacked') by the program's
this case the unit SysUtils must be
included in the uses statment.
the way, I liked your web site a lot.
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