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How do I create icons on the interface of my VB applications and add funny graph on them?
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Can you explain what you are trying to do further please.
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Just load them in. Any standard .ICO file can be used. For the control buttons you've got to change the button type to GRAPHICAL from STANDARD. Most forms and picture boxes and such will accept .BMP or .GIF files in their .Picture property.

If you need to create custom icons, Microangelo works well.

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by:YL
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Cognition, I am trying to create a software with nice-looking interface. I have seemed some people's VB product has lovely icons (printer for print, scissor for cut....). I wonder how did they do that. I only have a "Learning VB in 21days" book, so.....
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Have a look in ythe graphics directory under vb, it comes with a lot of icons.
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