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Posted on 2007-11-23
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Hi,

I have a PNG image and I want to have it as a mouse cursor on my C# application.

How may I do that?

Thanks.
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EEssam,
You have to convert the .png to a .ico, you can use this handy web app : http://www.converticon.com/
Hope it helps.

Best Regards,

Paulo Condeça.
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Then? :)
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In VS select the form and define the .ico created to be your mouse point.

Best Regards,

Paulo Condeca.
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I'm a newbie. Can you provide me with some code please?
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EEssam,

I can show you the path, but you are the one that has to walk over it.

Best Regards.
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