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Graphic button revisited

Posted on 2003-12-04
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Hi All,

I would like to create a button with both a icon/graphic together with a text.  Can anyone gives some advice?

Thanks!
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Question by:kwseow
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by:dbrckovi
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Just create the regular command button and set its Style property to Graphical.
Now set icon or picture to it's picture property.
If you set it's caption, then you'l have a text below picture.

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by:kwseow
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yes, but I can't have the graphic beside the text
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Sethi earned 125 total points
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You will ahve to either use some third party control or you will have to create an ActiveX control. There are some inexpensive thrid party controls like Arcadia PowerButton and Impulse button that are very flexible and good.
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