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In Windows9X/NT4 you can created custom shaped forms
instead of the normal square forms. I have found examplecode of this for vb, but the code only shows how to make a circle or use the font to make the shape.

What i need is a way to form the shape after a bitmap. Does anyone know how or do anyone have some source code on it?

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Take a look at Shaped Form Creator 3.1 for VB at http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/motorola/153/Index.html?VBSFC.html.  It's freeware for personal use and has a fee for commercial use.  It also includes an import facility for the bitmap function you're looking for.

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That program was yust what i needed.. Thanks..
200 points to ya..

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