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how do i convert coolbar and speedbuttons to ocx?

Posted on 1998-02-26
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how do i convert the speedbutton and coolbar components to ocx?
i use the File|New ActiveX control and
cannot find the speedbutton and coolbar!! how do i convert them if i cannot find them?
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by:puppy
ID: 1359818
you cant.
but if you want to add the speed button to the cool bar:
1.go to delphi
2.in the main menu take Tools/Options...
3.go to the pallete options
4.search the speed button and add it
it need to be after the bitbtn.
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by:Netboy
ID: 1359819
there is no way to convert them to ocx?
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puppy earned 10 total points
ID: 1359820
i dont think that you can convert it.
(you need to grade the other question).
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