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I was woundering if it is possiable to change the style of the combobox to a xp style box the light blue arrow instead of the boring grey arrow.
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There are many free XP controls on this site. CoolXP is where you get most of what you need:
http://home.pages.at/vbmaster/Downloads.html
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Can anyone tell me how the programs make the xp styles because i am really intrested
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You will find some projects at www.planet-source-code.com where you can learn by looking at the code. Type XP Controls in search and you will get loads of projects.
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