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Language: 95/98
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 1, 1996

Adding Icons to System Tray

Question:
Is is at all possible to create a VB 3.0 application to place itself on Win95's system tray? or does it *have* to be 32 bit (vb4.0) ? If so, how?

Answer:
In the File Archives area, there is an OCX control that allows you to do this. Since Windows 95 is 32 bit and the OCX is also 32 bit, VB 3.0 cannot use the OCX to perform the system tray functions.

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