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?Hide Tasksymbol of Application via API (under NT)??

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I want to hide a the Tasksymbol of an Application under Win-NT (with VB4.0).
If possible I want to use "ShowWindows API".

Please give detailed answer with example! Because I´m new in VB.
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Under VB5, you have a property ShowInTaskbar.

Under VB4, one solution, is setting your form as fixed dialog. The dialogs doesn't have any icon in the taskbar.
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Under VB5, you have a property ShowInTaskbar.

Under VB4, one solution, is setting your form as fixed dialog. The dialogs doesn't have any icon in the taskbar.
 

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