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Icons in menus

Posted on 1998-09-16
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Sorry this isn't worth more, but I think it should be easy.  How do you add icons (pictures.. whatever) into a menu?  Like in ICQ when you right-click a person's name.  I don't know any other examples, so I hope you know what I'm talking about and how to do it.  Thanks.

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U can do this with API calls, but another alternative is to use the ActiveBar menu control from Data Dynamics.

Go to http://www.datadynamics.com and download a demo of their ActiveBar OCX.

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