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I don't want a form with the standard menu bar. I know how to do that, but what I want to know is how to make a bar(or something like that) that will allow you to move the form, and how to make a minimize and maximize buttons. Thanks in advanced.
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mrcool4444,

The following page has an ActiveX control that attaches itself to a form with no TitleBar and acts like a TitleBar complete with Min, Max, and Close buttons in the upper right, and an Icon in the upper left.  It even has a gradiant look to it.  The source code is also available to you.  This will give you all you need as descibed in your question.

http://nt1.pncl.co.uk/sbutler/vb/showocx.asp?ID=1


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