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Showing icons/images on your toolbar (Bugfix for XP Style)


Submitted on: 11/20/2003 8:01:21 AM
By: Mathieu  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 1 Users

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     This article will help you (hopefully) when you want to use icons on your toolbars using the XP style.

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If you want to use XP style in your vb.net apps, you can use these few lines of code. But there is a small bug in vs.net 2003. If you'want to use a toolbar with (xp) icons, those icons will not appear at runtime. This code will help you:
Sub new()
'Enable XP Look
Application.run(new frmMain)
end sub

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