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Image on a command button

Posted on 2002-06-25
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I thought that I had seen an image on a command button once before but I can't seem to get it to work.  The command button has a picture property and I tried to set this both at design and run time with no luck.  I used command1.picture=loadpicture(app.path & "\blue.ico") but no dice.  Is it possible to display an image on a command button?
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Set the button's Style property to Graphical
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I love this site!!
Thanks Azra
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Glad I could help   :-)
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