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hiding directions after route calculation in a MP controll

This is a discussion on hiding directions after route calculation in a MP controll within the MapPoint Desktop Discussion forums, part of the Map Forums category; I'm writing a VB script involving the MapPoint Active X Control (its rather handy might i add) from MapPoint 2002 ...

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    ruyasan is offline Junior Member White Belt
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    hiding directions after route calculation in a MP controll

    I'm writing a VB script involving the MapPoint Active X Control (its rather handy might i add) from MapPoint 2002 (control version 9)

    I'm having a terrible time finding a way to hide the directions after I have a route calculated.

    The only objects/properties which might have anything to do with that particular pane are the Toolbar collections and the PaneState property. However, it appears that the directions are classified as none of the above.

    To illustrate what I mean:


    From a script 2 waypoints are added and a route is calculated. The route shows up highlighted in the MapPoint Control and unfortunately, so do the directions in a panel above it.

    What I want to do is to display JUST the highlighted route on the map without the written directions on top of it.

    Any help?

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    Syd
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    Hi ruyasan,

    within the Mappoint 2004 control you can use the ItineraryVisible property of the control to switch it on and off.
    I guess it's also available in the MP2k2 control

    Greetz,
    Syd

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    ruyasan is offline Junior Member White Belt
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    yeah i actually JUST stumbled upon it while looking for something else

    I loathe MSDN's awfull search engine

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    Anonymous is offline Senior Member Black Belt
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    that's why I use the mappoint helpfile

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    Anonymous is offline Senior Member Black Belt
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    how do you get it to search inside it? All mine does is search the map point user reference and not the VB reference.

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