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    Stacking Toolbars

    [Originally posted by Walter Cantrell]

    What is the most efficient way to stack toolbars on top of each other. My application has 4 frames with each having a different purpose. I'd like the toolbar up top to change to the one matching the appropriate frame.

    Using a standard interface I can't just put one on top of the other and then use Zorder. I'm sure you Guru's have figured out a simple solution to this and was wondering if you minded sharing it with me :=)

    Walter

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    Re:Stacking Toolbars

    [Originally posted by Walter Cantrell]

    Judging by the fact that this didn't get a response, that means that either it got buried on the 2nd page before anyone saw it, or it is seen as too simplistic and something I should figure out for myself :=)

    If the latter is the case I understand and I'll keep looking. I've gotten a lot of help on this forum and I can't ask for more than that.

    Thanks,
    Walter

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