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I am writeing a program for AOL and there is two icons called _AOL_ICON and how do I loop trhough all the incons in a form??? so say the form name is chatroom% how would I looop through all Icons?? Thanks
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for that you should create a array of icons (create a image control and copy it and then paste it , response yes at the question for the array).
you have 2 Image control with the same name.
for accessing them (imagine that the image control is called image1), type that :
image1(0) for the first and image(1) for the second.



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you could always go into into the form object at run time, go into the controls collection, then loop through the items collection searching by the name property and check to find the icons on the form. They will be listed in this collection.
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