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I have a toolbar control with many buttons,
now when i move the mouse over a button, it should be projected out like in the other applications, how do i do this.
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Could you be more specific? what means "it should be projected out like in the other applications"?
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I assume your using the Microsoft Toolbar from Common Controls.  If so then:
Set the Toolbar STYLE to tbrFlat
This give the same style of toolbar as VB6 uses
Hope it helps
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