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Posted on 1998-12-12
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How can I iconise my form so that when minimised, it should go to tray on 95 Taskbar,instead of going as a minimised application on taskbar (which is the default)

Shall I have to use API call for that ?? If yes which is that..??

Or else can I have a third party OCX ??

PRashant
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10 Points is very cheap, but what the hell !

Go as fast as you can to:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/topics/comp/lang/visualbasic/Q.10104538

Someone asked the same question for 300 points and you get the answer for only 10... ha ha.. I posted a very large answer to that question and it has not been graded yet, so if you go there fast before it's evaluated, you wouldn't pay more points.

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