How to add an icon in the menubar "Add-ins" of vb60 before the text of my add-in ???
But be forewarned .. copying to the clipboard just to paste an icon will
royally p*** off some people who have copied code there prior to starting
VB, most notably myself. Were I faced with this choice, I'd opt for no menu
Randy Birch, MVP Visual Basic
| > Can somebody tell me how i can add an icon before the text
| > of my add-in in the menubar "Add-ins" of VB60 ?
| > I used the procedure : AddToAddInCommandBar("&My new Add-in") to
| > set the text in the Add-in menu.
| It must be a bitmap, not an icon. To put it next to your add-in's menu
| you have to copy the bitmap to the clipboard, then call the PasteFace
| of your Office.CommandBarButton object. You should do this in the
| AddToAddInCommandBar subroutine.
| Ben Baird, MVP
| Visual Basic Thunder
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