SetMenuBitmap – Add a bitmap to a menu item

Private Declare Function GetMenu Lib "user32" (ByVal hWnd As Long) As LongPrivate Declare Function GetSubMenu Lib "user32" (ByVal hMenu As Long, _    ByVal nPos As Long) As LongPrivate Declare Function SetMenuItemBitmaps Lib "user32" (ByVal hMenu As Long, _    ByVal nPosition As Long, ByVal wFlags As Long, ByVal hBitmapUnchecked As _    Long, ByVal hBitmapChecked As Long) As LongPrivate Const MF_BYPOSITION = &H400&' add a bitmap to a menu item'' The first two arguments can be the Picture property' of a PictureBox control, or the result from a LoadPicture' function. If CheckedPicture is Nothing, the first Picture is' used both for the unchecked and checked status.' To remove a menu picture, use Nothing for both arguments'' Warning: Use the GetSystemMetrics function with the' CXMENUCHECK and CYMENUCHECK values to retrieve the bitmap' dimensions. (Typical max size is 13x13 pixels.)' Bitmaps larger than this size make this function fail.'' The third argument is the hWnd of the form'' All the arguments from the 4th one onward serve to' identify which menu should be assigned the bitmap.' For example, the following statement assign the bitmap in' Picture1 to the 3rd menu item of the 2nd submenu' (note that menu indexes are zero-based)'     SetMenuBitmap Picture1, Nothing, Me.hWnd, 1, 2Sub SetMenuBitmap(Picture As StdPicture, CheckedPicture As StdPicture, _    ByVal hWnd As Long, ParamArray menuPos() As Variant)    Dim hMenu As Long    Dim id As Long    Dim i As Long    Dim chkPicture As StdPicture        ' provide a value for the CheckedPicture    If CheckedPicture Is Nothing Then        Set chkPicture = Picture    Else        Set chkPicture = CheckedPicture    End If        ' get the handle of the toplevel menu    hMenu = GetMenu(hWnd)        ' all the values in menuPos() except the last one    ' are indexes of submenus    For i = 0 To UBound(menuPos) - 1        hMenu = GetSubMenu(hMenu, menuPos(i))    Next        ' the last element in the paramarray is the    ' index of a menu item    If Picture Is Nothing Then        SetMenuItemBitmaps hMenu, menuPos(UBound(menuPos)), MF_BYPOSITION, 0, 0    Else        SetMenuItemBitmaps hMenu, menuPos(UBound(menuPos)), MF_BYPOSITION, _            Picture.Handle, chkPicture.Handle    End IfEnd Sub

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