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Beginning Resource Files

  • November 20, 2002
  • By Kenneth Ives
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Open the code window for this form and paste the following code:

Private Sub Command1_Click()'Here is where we alternate the icons and the captions  If Command1.Caption = "Start" Then    Command1.Picture = LoadResPicture(101, vbResIcon)    Command1.Caption = "Stop"  Else    Command1.Picture = LoadResPicture(102, vbResIcon)    Command1.Caption = "Start"  End If  End SubPrivate Sub Form_Load()' paste the icon on the face of the command button' and set the caption.  Look in the online help for' additional information on the second parameter  Command1.Picture = LoadResPicture(102, vbResIcon)  Command1.Caption = "Start"  Show  End Sub

Press F5 and run it. Click on the button a few times.

I bet you feel that this is an awful lot of running around just to change an icon. Well, it isnt.





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