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Property setting for toolstrip default icons in .Net 2005

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In .NET 2005 there was some setting for a toolstrip control that caused the toolstrip control to have buttons
for save, new, cut, copy, paste, which included icons. When the property was set,
the buttons appeared instantly all ready to go.

I can't find that propety,
does anyone know what it is?

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Add the toolstrip to the form, you have two ways of doing this
right click the control and select Insert Standard Items
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Sorry, there are actully many ways to do that, but thats the easiest way
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