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Hiding System Tray Icons

Is there anyway I can use VB to write an application that would find what tasks are running in the system tray and then hide only selected ones?

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GreatOne
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japharCommented:
This is an API call, go to http://floach.pimpin.net and find TraySaver, it comes with source code and should show you how to do this.
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