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Embedding a Progressbar in a Statusbar

Posted on 2003-12-02
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Hi,

I am using VS.Net 2003.  I am making a VC++ app using WinForms (I am very new to this).  I want to put a progressbar inside a panel in my statusbar.  How do I do this?  Can I do it from the WinForms editor or does it have to be done programmatically?

Thank you,
Joe
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Hi,

I was really hoping for something in VC++.net.  I am not familiar with VB.

Thank you,
Joe
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by:liebrand
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I cannot help you there ... I am not familiar with VC++.NET; if someone can convert this it will work for you. This does exactly what you are asking for. It should be pretty easy for you to convert from VB.NET to VC++.NET
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Well, I guess if I don't get anymore answers I can try it tonight.

Thank you,
Joe
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You don't have to port this code over just because it is VB.NET.  Just add a reference to the .dll, and then you can start using the new control in your VC++.NET syntax.
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I think he will probably want to make some changes to it.
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...in that case, all he has to do is Reference it and add a new Class that Inherits it, and make his changes there.
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