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How can I make my program keep a command button down when it is clicked? Is this possible?
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wpsjr1 earned 600 total points
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Use a graphical style checkbox instead. They stay down when pressed. It looks exactly like a command button.  (I know this sounds crazy, but try it ;)

Paul
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Adjusted points from 50 to 150
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Perfect.  Here's some extra points just for the heck of it :P

Thanks alot.
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