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Putting an image on a button in Oracle forms

Posted on 2003-10-21
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Hi friends,in my oracle application i want to put an image on a button for more user friendly
GUI.Can some one guide me how its done.

many thanks
idd
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by:Helena Marková
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You can set item Iconic property to Yes.
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right-hand click on the button then choose property pallette. after that under "functional" area clear any text in the "label" attribute, set "iconic" attribute to yes and write the path of your image at the "icon file name" attribute.. then the image will appear on the button.  
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thanks Henka and Hassan
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