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How to create gradients in Title Bar / Form Background ?
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caraf_g earned 150 total points
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The best thing to do is to look at the project for Setup1.exe which you can find in \VB\setupkit\setup1\setup1.vbp

It's the project that is used to create setups for your VB programs and one of the things it does is to load a form with a gradient background.

Good luck

PS - I think there may be a similar project in VB6 but I wouldn't know where you could find it so you might have to use the find function to locate it.
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I got it. Thanks. But one for the previous answer I got has smooth gradients than Vb's Setup .
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