Visual Basic Easter Egg - Hunt for Developers

1. From VB's View Menu, select toolbar, then customize......
2. In the resulting dialog, click on the command tab.
3. In the Categories List, select Help.
4. Select "About Microsoft Visual Basic" in the Command List, and drag it to any menu or the toolbar.
5. Right-click on the item you just dragged and rename it to "Show VB Credits" (without quotes). 6. Then close the "Customize" dialog and click on the "Show VB Credits" item.

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Contributed By: Chris (MADMAN) HILL on 07-19-1999
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Special Requirements: MSVB v6.0
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Poromenos writes:
Also works for VB 5.0
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ArtYen writes:
Also, on the credits screen, hold up to make it speed up, and hold down to slow it down, or even pause it. Just a little easter egg in an egg ;).
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Mike S-T writes:
Also works with Visual Basic Editor in Word (tools-->Macro-->VB Editor)
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Tin writes:
This also works on VB for Applications 6. By that I mean the VB included as macro support in Office 97 and some other products
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skoda98 writes:
It doesn’t work in "Visual Basic for Applications" for Office XP because Microsoft isn't allowed by court order to include undocumented features. What a shame.
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Bob writes:
I got music on my first try. Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 on Windows XP Professional
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DJ Masala writes:
If you let the credits go round a second time, you get music with it!!!
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m4tth3wg writes:
Works on VB6. Press the up key to speed it up, and the down key to slow it down.
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Jason writes:
I get music straight away as well. It plays right through twice before the credits even finish! (And then loop round again) Unless you press the up direction key to make things a little faster... ;) I have MSVB6 SP6 on Windows 98.
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cam writes:
it doesnt work with v6.3
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jz4208 writes:
I have Office XP and it didn't work at all even though VBA in that is based on VB6.
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