To Create a toolbar we drag the pricturebox & then the image.
Suppose I want that the text is there in place of image ,Is it possible ??

why you do that. vb already have toolbar control. add toolbar on component.
Project->Component-> check on Microsoft Common Control 6.0 -> Apply it -> OK
you can see toolbar control on your toolbox

There is no such component of name Microsoft Common Control 6.0

Components dat with letter C are as follows--
Microsoft Calendar Control
Microsoft Chart control
Microsoft Comm Control
Microsoft Common dialog Control

In d above controls, I do not find dat option which u told me.

There is no such component of name Microsoft Common Control 6.0

Oh...I m Sorry :)
i means Microsoft Windows Common Control 6.0

Hey again confusion is there,Sorry for again disturbing U,there are many components with the same name,which one to choose-

Microsoft Windows Common Controls 5.0(SP2)
Microsoft Windows Common Controls 6.0(SP6)
Microsoft Windows Common Controls 2 5.0(SP2)
Microsoft Windows Common Controls -2 6.0
Microsoft Windows Common Controls -3 6.0

Hi,

Use the Microsoft Windows Common Controls 6.0


Hope this will help you,


with regards
Venkatramasamy SN

This One :
Microsoft Windows Common Controls 6.0(SP6)

Hey Jx_Man,If I use my method then I have to drag the pictureBox & then Image.
Then Picture Property is set to respectice picture.

If I m using ur method,I add toolbar as suggested projects-->Components-->Drag & Drop it onto the form.

But after dragging the toolbar what I have to do to add the toolbar Buttons.
Tell me that.

After drag&Drop you will find toolbox without button.
Right click on toolbar->Properties->see for Button Tab.
In there you can insert button and remove as u want.

Right Click on toolbar control (on form) -> select for properties -> Properties Pages will shown -> select for Buttons tab -> insert and remove button for toolbar there.
if steps right, this window on attachment will shown. (see an attachment for right click and Properties Pages Window)

Hi,There is no tab of such name.

Hi Sonia,

In VB6 it is called ToolBar
and it comes with :
Microsoft Windows Common Controls 6.0

Regads
Veena

Hi Queen, I got it how to insert a Toolbar.
One thing told me , I have two buttons on the MDI form.

Form1 Form2

When I dbl click on button Form1,
Private Sub Toolbar1_ButtonClick(ByVal Button As MSComctlLib.Button)

End Sub

Even when I clik on Form2 Button,
Private Sub Toolbar1_ButtonClick(ByVal Button As MSComctlLib.Button)

End Sub

Same code appears.

And when I write Coding in b/w these lines.
suppose I write-
Private Sub Toolbar1_ButtonClick(ByVal Button As MSComctlLib.Button)
Dim obj As New Form1
obj.Show
End Sub

At runtime,When clicking on Form1 as well as Form2 button,only Form1 is shown.

Where I m going wrong,tell me.
I want that when user at runtime clicks on form1 button, Form1 is opened, & when user clickson Form2 button,Form2 is opened.

Hi,

Try this :

Private Sub Toolbar1_ButtonClick(ByVal Button As MSComctlLib.Button)
    Select Case Button.index
        Case 1
            Form1.Show 
        Case 2
            Form2.Show
    End Select
End Sub

Regards
Veena