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Hello experts.I am mahsun and have a keen interest in programming.I have 2 questions

1.Unlike VB5 VB6 does not incorporate crystal reports instead they have something called data report of their own.How to use data report. Is it possible to use crystal reports with VB6

2.While doind menu driven programs I find it is not possible to have icons displayed along with the captions in VB
how to have icons also  displayed in menus
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1. You can install crystal reports saperately. And you can use these reports in VB6.

2. You have to WIN API programming to display icons in the menus. Some books are availabe on API programming.
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1. You have to  install crystal reports saperately. And you can use these reports in VB6 using crystal reports control.

2. You have to WIN API programming to display icons in the menus. Some books are availabe on API programming.

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