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How do I add buttons to a Coolbar control in VB6?
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You do not add buttons to the Coolbar Control, you add the Toolbar!
How? Draw the toolbar onto the coolbar, select coolbar properties...
In the band section, you will notice a child property. (ComboBox...)
Click on it, you should see the name of your toolbar...
Select and apply changes.

Now, the Toolbar is part of the Coolbar...
Simply add the buttons the way you always have.
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