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Put Icons on a menu like a Word or VB Editor!

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i want to put icons or bitmap on a menu in VB that look like Word or Visual Basic editor. Now i'm using the SetMenuItemBitmaps function but this don't look really great the icons is really small and the text is next the bitmap and when the menu is selected the bitmap color reverse!
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Maquiavello: Did you check your links? I've spent some of my points and found, that they both use SetMenuItemBitmaps.
Powlin: you can use free control from vbaccelerator, as eumoreau said, or take a look at http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=visualbasic&qid=10298372  (still no points need to look :))
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Like Ark said the in the link it use SetMenuItemBitmap
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