Adding a textbox to the windows taskbar (like google search)

I would like to add a text box to the taskbar accross the bottom of the screen however i have no idea how to do it and cannot find any refernece to any code or example's on the internet. Does anyone have any suggestions, either code snippets or angles to try would be helpfull.
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JimGSYAuthor Commented:
Thats looks to be just for an icon in the 'tray notification area', i was looking to put a text box in the area just to the left of that. Any ideas?
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JimGSYAuthor Commented:
Do you think its possible in VB?
Mike TomlinsonMiddle School Assistant TeacherCommented:
I'm pretty sure it is but most examples out there are going to be for C++/C#.  I've never done this type of app myself so I have no personal experience to share on the matter.  =\
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