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removing tcons from Toolbar and imagelist

Posted on 2004-10-19
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I added an image in my toolbar only to realized later I don't neet it.
Iremoved it in the toolbar but as I ws removing it from the imagelist, it tells me that I can't remove the imagelist because it is bound to a control. But I already removed it in the toolbar.
Can someone tell me how to fix this mess?  thanks
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Question by:zachvaldez
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by:Mikal613
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same problem i removed them all and added them again
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by:zachvaldez
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Hi, you mean remove all images in the imagelist only? Leave the toolbar? or both?
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Mikal613 earned 65 total points
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remove all images in the imagelist only
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by:JR2003
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zachvaldez,

Select the Toolbar at design time with the mouse.
Press Shift+F4 to get the custom properties (or Custom from the properties list)
Under the general tab where it says "ImageList" there is a combox.
Select "<None>" from the combobox.
The image list will no longer be bound to the toolbar so you can then delete the imagelist.

JR
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by:zachvaldez
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I applied Mikal's suggestion and it worked  but as reading JR's I would consider that too! The point will ghae to be split,

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