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VB4 pictures on command buttons

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How do i put pictures on Command buttons in VB4
i can do it in VB5
Also How do i change the colour of Command buttons (VB4)
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SueBond,
You need to use the Sheridan 3-D command Button (come with VB4) to add picture. You need a 3rd party control to change backcolor.
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Dalin
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What 3rd party control
and how do i get it
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