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Thread: question mark in upper right corner of form?

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    Hi,

    I have seen on many applications they have a question mark button where the min/max/close buttons appear in the upper right hand corner of a form..

    When you click on that button and click on a control on the form, the help context pops up.. I would like to implement that in my programs.. I searched all over but couldn't find where to do this in VB6..

    Any help would be appreciated..

    Dan

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    Set the form
    border=3-Fixed
    Whatsthisbutton=true
    Whatsthishelp=true
    and put the help context id's in Whatshelpid property of the controls
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