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Visual Basic (VB) .net 2005 hide Taskbar Icon

Posted on 2006-07-10
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With a "normal" fat client VB .net 2005, how does one not shoe the taskbar icon if the main form is displayed or not.  The System Tray icon is working fine, now to hide the taskbar icon.

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It was a really good shoe (show). :-)
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Thanks perfect
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