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Odd image or control on vb6 form

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Hi I am creating a VB6 form in Visual studio and have somehow wound up  with some sort of image or maybe its a control I cant get rid of.  I think it appeared when I was copying and pasting so maybe I was that I didn't realize what was in the clipboard.  Its the yellow and red speech bubbles and what looks like a filter icon in the top right corner as shown in the image attached.
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by:Martin Liss
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Can you make a zip or rar from your project and attach it please?
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Hi Martin

Here you go thanks
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GrahamSkan earned 500 total points
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It is a Picture. The image data is held in the .frx file. To remove it, select '(Bitmap)' in the form's Properties pane and press Delete.
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