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how do i get that little minimize button at the top of my forms like emule

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i.e. - the little dot icon that signifies closing the form down to the taskbar...

so i end up with 4 buttons at the top right, the x to close, the one in the middle for resizing and maximizing, the 3rd one to minimize to the task bar at the bottom and a 4th that minimizes the form to the task bar where the windows clock is
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since i am the only one that answered, and i gave a good example, i think i deserve the points
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