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How to keep track of pressed toggle buttons of the toolbar if I have an undo button on the toolbar?

I have a toolbar control that has about 5 toggle buttons and one of the buttons is an undo button.  (Undo buttons is a regular push button)  The buttons on the toolbar perform drawing fucntions like inverting an image or brighting an image etc. after each image change I store the state of that image to an arraylist like this..
                private ArrayList PreviousImages = new ArrayList();      
                Bitmap y = new Bitmap(imageBox.Image);
      PreviousImages.Add(y);
so on my undo button click I
      PreviousImages.RemoveAt(PreviousImages.Count - 1);
                imageBox.Image = (Bitmap) PreviousImages[PreviousImages.Count - 1];

Now the problem is on the toggle buttons when I undo the buttons still look pressed and I don't have a way of knowing which change I just have undone.  what is the best approach on solving this problem?  Is there a way to add another column to my arraylist and keep track of which toolbar button that change belongs to?
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Jenny12345
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Jenny12345
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Bob LearnedCommented:
When you click on undo, you want to undo a previous change.  

You can store objects in a Stack, so you could do something like this:

private class UndoAction
{
 public Image Image;
 public ToolbarButton Button;

 public void UndoAction(Image image, ToolbarButton button)
 {
    this.Image = image
    this.Button = button
 }
}


private Stack undo = new Stack();    
undo.Push(new UndoAction(imageBox.Image, <toolbar Button goes here>));

UndoAction action = undo.Pop();
imageBox.Image = undo.Image;

Bob
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