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Vbasic 5.0 buttons..(Flat style)

Posted on 1998-06-27
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Hello,

i have problem with making flat style buttons.. I think you didn't caught my idea but now i'll explain..
I would like to know is it possible to make buttons (Start, Ok, Quit, End..) in [Form], which will look like in Word97 (0pen, New, and other buttons)..
In delphi this component is TOOLBUTTON..

Maybe I need some new components which will enable me toi make these buttons..
If there is needed componets please tell me where can i get them..
Thank you for your help!

Janis
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dxohs, in visual basic those components call toolbar - add a tool bar to your form and place on it any button you like and - even take its picture from delphi - it will look the same - just add a tool bar - thats it!
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