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MSCOMCTL, Toolbar.

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Hello! Everyone!
Can I make a (full function) toolbar in vb6 without a control? The MSCOMCTL.ocx is too large... Any ideas?
Thanks!
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by:ofirg
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You can set a PictureBox (Align Top) and add some CommandButton upon it.

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how 'full function' do you want it?
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I mean 'Full function' has all functions if the Toolbar(must be in VB6's) has.
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Here's how to do it using API's and subclassing...

http://www.vbaccelerator.com/codelib/comctl/retbar.htm
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Thank you very much! Vbmaster.
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Glad I could help, thanx for the 'A'. ;)
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