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Place VB 6 Application On System Tray As It Loads

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I want to write a vb6 application, which requires to be placed on System Tray as it loads in memory, From there i should get Options either on right click or on left click.
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Dear TheVeee

Thanks for you reply. Your reply is 99% correct. I m getting my application minimized on System try using Ist example. Using Second Example also the same but when i delete this entry
Call PopupMenu(mnuFile, vbPopupMenuRightAlign)
In the second example this mnuFile i could not understand. Neither i could understand Call to PopupMenu.

Dear i need to get pop up menu when i click the minimized application on System Tray.
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