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Dear...

I'm doing a project...

I want to have a TOOLBAR in my project in vb.net...

I need this in my project... please help me to finish it...

Thanks in advance...

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Dear...

I want to have a TOOLBAR in my project in vb.net...

I don't know how to do that... I need steps( or Code) to create...

Please help me to finish it...

Thanks in advance...

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Go to project menu, add windows form, then on the dialog box, choose mdi parent form. U will have your toolbar to customize

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Dear...

Yes it worked... but when i open ANOTHER FORM, TOOLBAR s not visible...

i.e the MDI form is closed...

i need that toolbar to be visible for ALL FORMS... i have to use that TOOLBAR for all FORMS...

i hope you understand wat i'm asking...

Please help me...

Thanks in advance...

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Dear...

I can't understand what you posted...

Toolbox > Menus & Toolbars > ToolStrip >

I tried this...

After this, what i have to select...?

Please Help me...

Thanks in advance...

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View attached images.

Image 1 is as previously posted: Toolbox > Menus & Toolbars > ToolStrip.

Image 2 is clicking the little DropDown Arrow to add Options.
Each Control in that "little DropDown Menu" can be accessed From the Control's Properties Window.

Image 3 is running the Application after I have added a few Buttons with Images to my new Toolbar.

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