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Generic icon buttons for toolstrip

Posted on 2008-10-29
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Hello

I'm looking for generic microsoft icon buttons for my toolstrip.  The buttons are for file open, save, right, left, etc...

I can get it when I create a generic file explorer form.  But When I select the toolstrip from the toolbox, I can't find any.

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You can right click on the toolstrip and select "Insert Standard Items"
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Hi JPaulino
Great answer.  
How didn't I notice that before :-))))
Thanks for the answer.
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Glad I could help!
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