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Posted on 1998-10-01
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Where can I find an ocx or code that will emulate the sliding group metaphor used in Office '97's Outlook Bar for grouping icons into logical subsets?
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If you go on my web site (see profile), you will find the code of an ocx doing that :
  http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Peaks/1797/outlook.zip
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How do you change the text on the button and add more buttons? Or do you have to compile a new ocx to do this?
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It is long time I didn't take a look to it. Just look at the sample.

If you modify the OCX, send it back to me to put it back to the wab site
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