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I would like to add a bitmap to a menu item in my application.  I have hit a 'brick wall' and can not find any easy way to achive this.

Any suggestions would be helpful thank you in advance.
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All you need to do is make an icons in one line and then Each icon will make
an event as a command button.

Here are some places to get icons for your project.

http://kde.sw.com.sg/kde-icons.html
http://www.codd.com/vbonline/hexatech/acetool/
http://www.powercad.com/ 
http://www.powercad.com/powertoo.htm 
http://www.powercad.com/powerlay.htm 
http://www.free-graphics.com   300000 Free web graphics.
http://www.animfactory.com/     20000 Animated Gif
http://www.rz.uni-karlsruhe.de/Icons/ 
http://www.bergen.com/webchat/icons.html 
http://members.aol.com/doanc/icnctrl.html     Icon Control.
http://www.clark.net/pub/evins/Icons/ 


Shay.
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Thanks for the icon sites but this has not helped me at all. I would like to add a bitmap to the left of a menu item, e.g. the file new icon on the left of the file new menu item.
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Answer to your question:

It is not possible to do it  in VB 5.0.

try Power Builder.


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