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vb toolbar control visual question

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If i add a toolbaar control in vb6 (i.e. the one vb6 uses in the webbrowser form) i can't make it look like the internet explorer toolbar.

The only thing i can't fix is that i want text to the right of some buttons. But if i set textalignment to tbrTextAlignRight (so the text appears to right of icons) then all buttons suddenly have a blank space to the right :(

Is there way to fix this, or is there a free and simple toolbar for vb6 that looks like the one in IE?
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