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How to show a frmAbout ?

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I have VB6, made a frmAbout from a Template, but don't know how to show it from the windows system menu.

You know, when you click on the top left icon of an application, you get a system menu, and often theres an "About / Info" entry, just not in my VB app.

How to configure that it works ?

BTW, I know how to add it in the normal menu ... I'm just asking for this special system menu.
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Hi PC-Alex, you could take a look at this code if that's what you need

http://www.mvps.org/vbnet/index.html?code/subclass/systemabout.htm

HTH:O)Bruintje
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That was what I was looking for.
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