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Floating toolbars

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I am creating an application in C# wherein I require to add a toolbar.
that is no problem and that is done as well.
What I need now is that the toolbar that i insert should be a floating
toolbar e.g. any toolbar in Office application is a floating toolbar . One
can drag them anywhere and also fix it on the top.
How do I get my toolbar to be a floating one

One thing more, i want that my toolbars,menus, buttons all should have a Win
Xp Look and feel even if the application is running on win 2000 . Is that
posiible, i think it is but i do not know how? kindly Help

thanks in advance for ur replies
Abhishek
Nov 16 '05 #1
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Hi,

You can checkout third party components like DotNetbar which have all the
features that you have requested.

Sundari.

"Abhishek" wrote:
I am creating an application in C# wherein I require to add a toolbar.
that is no problem and that is done as well.
What I need now is that the toolbar that i insert should be a floating
toolbar e.g. any toolbar in Office application is a floating toolbar . One
can drag them anywhere and also fix it on the top.
How do I get my toolbar to be a floating one

One thing more, i want that my toolbars,menus, buttons all should have a Win
Xp Look and feel even if the application is running on win 2000 . Is that
posiible, i think it is but i do not know how? kindly Help

thanks in advance for ur replies
Abhishek

Nov 16 '05 #2

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I do not want to use any third party components. I want to create my own. Is
that possible
Abhishek

"Sundari" <Su*****@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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Hi,

You can checkout third party components like DotNetbar which have all the
features that you have requested.

Sundari.

"Abhishek" wrote:
I am creating an application in C# wherein I require to add a toolbar.
that is no problem and that is done as well.
What I need now is that the toolbar that i insert should be a floating
toolbar e.g. any toolbar in Office application is a floating toolbar . One can drag them anywhere and also fix it on the top.
How do I get my toolbar to be a floating one

One thing more, i want that my toolbars,menus, buttons all should have a Win Xp Look and feel even if the application is running on win 2000 . Is that posiible, i think it is but i do not know how? kindly Help

thanks in advance for ur replies
Abhishek

Nov 16 '05 #3

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