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How do i add a progress bar to a windows form ?
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by:bkthompson2112
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Hi davidrichardson,

Make sure the Windows Forms Toolbox is open.
Drag the ProgressBar to your form.

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by:davidrichardson
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ow s*** i should read my question before i submit, i should of asked

How do i add a progress bar to StatusBar in a windows form ?

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bramsquad earned 125 total points
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this actually has to be done programmatically

you can do it on your form_load event

Dim Progressbar1 As New ProgressBar
StatusBar1.Controls.Add(Progressbar1)

~b

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