URGENT!!! ImageList Question URGENT!!!

Posted on 2003-02-20
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Last Modified: 2010-04-07
I have an imagelist with several icons that I am trying to use with the xp_button user control ( unsuccessfully.

The control has a .picture property, but when I assign that property to the imagelist is returns the following error:

Invalid Use of Property (and the .picture is highlighted in the debugger)

The code I am using is:

xpButton(Index).picture = ImageList.listImages(Index).picture.

I will provide all of my points, 275!!! for a correct answer that solves this problem!
(I am reserving them up front in case I need to ask the question again tomorrow, since questions asked at night don't always get answered)

Thank you in advance,

Question by:SammyWrench
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Accepted Solution

marconovaro earned 1100 total points
ID: 7992616

Don't know anything about your control, but did you tried:

Set xpButton(Index).picture = ImageList.listImages(Index).picture

(with set)?


Author Comment

ID: 7993245
No, I didn't try that.  Yes, It did work.  

Thanks for your help, I was running out of time to figure that out.  As promised, a hefty sum of points.

Thanks again,


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I have to thank you ... for so many points for a little question like this... :)

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