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Pictures on buttons

Posted on 2001-06-26
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Hello!

My name is Assaf Lasry and I have a small question.
I have a button on my form and I want to display
a picture on that button. How can you add pictures or graphics on a button face?

Thank you in advance.
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set style property = vbButtonGraphical and use picture propery to load a picture
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by:deighton
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Private Sub Form_Load()

'at design time change Command1.Style = 1
Command1.Picture = LoadPicture("c:\newpic.bmp")
End Sub
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by:mhowling
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Also you can set the maskcolor to the background color of your picture, thus making it transparent
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