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Load Icon from Toolbar Resource

Posted on 2008-10-28
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I need to put an icon on a button I have in a dialog, however the icon happens to be part of a toolbar already and I can't seem to find a way to load it from the toolbar. Is there a way to do this without creating another .ico file?
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Well the complete toolbar is one bitmap resourcce so you could load it into a bitmap, extract the section you want then put that onto the button - much simpler to create another icon in the resource editor actually.
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