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Can ImageList(s) Be Loaded And Saved At Runtime?
& Can An ImageList(s) Be Saved With A Unique File
Extension? Can Someone Provide Sample Code using
vb5/vb6. Thanx

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This is a fairly simple way of adding a new ImageList at runtime.  

Under General Declarations:
Dim intImageListCount as Integer

Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Load imlImageListName(intImageListCount )
    imlList(intCount).ListImages.Add 1, "keyname", LoadPicture(App.Path & "\icons\youricon.ico")
    intImageListCount = intImageListCount + 1
End Sub

This is pretty basic but when the Command1 button is clicked it creates a new imagelist and adds one icon to it with an index of 1 and a key of "keyname".  But it allows you to add/delete as many ImageLists and icons/bitmaps to the ImageList.

As for changing the extension of the ImageList, there is no way to do that as it is part of the MSCOMCTL.ocx ActiveX Control.

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