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How to get an Icon to appear in the minimized window in the bar at the bottom?

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When I minimize my VB5.0 application, I'd like an Icon to be present along with the caption of the form in the bar that appears in the menubar. How do I do this?
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The icon that appears in the task bar is the icon that
is associated with the starup form.  Are you asking how to
get an icon in the task bar..or the system tray?
If its the task bar its by default and its the startup forms
icon.. .simply change that.
if its the system tray... there are several examples..even on
on the vb 5 cd called systray.  you can also look at:
wwww.planet-source-code.com/vb/
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