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Placing Icons in the toolbar and Creating shortcuts

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I'm using Borland C++ 5.02 and I would like to know how to get my program's icon down in the toolbar(so it would be next to the speaker/sound icon). It would also be helpful to find out how to create 'shortcuts' on the deaktop and other areas. Thanks.
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1. You will need to know about the tray icon notification functions. Look in the online help for Shell_NotifyIcon().

2. If you want to create shortcuts, you will need to look in the online help for the IShellLink interface.
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Great! Could you also check on my other question?  I need help with that it it runs along the same lines. Thanks.
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