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button images.

I need buttons in my application that have a jpeg skin. However, I dont want
to include the jpg file in my distribution package. How can I incorporate
the jpg into c# code? Maybe by converting it to Hex code? Please let me

Feb 11 '06 #1
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Hello Jessica,

You can include the images in the resource file (.resx file).

Alternative can be, if you are using database store the images in the


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