Command buttons with Graphics and Text

Posted on 2001-06-04
Last Modified: 2010-05-02

I am interested in using an API call to enhance
the Visual Basic Command Buttons to support both
Text and a Graphic on the Left Hand Side.

I have done this before but I do not now have the
visual basic API samples.

Does anyone have a small API sample which can do this.

Question by:delloro
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Hi, The examples in that are a little unclear.
Can someone give me sample code and get my points.

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AzraSound earned 90 total points
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how easy do you want it?  ameba even put up the link so you can download the code: 

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That's easy enough, sorry I diddn't see the link.

I just saw things with bugs in it.

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