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BOOK: Professional C#, 2nd and 3rd Editions
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Old November 27th, 2003, 04:35 PM
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Default How to change the back color of toolbat

  Maybe this is a simple question, but I cannot find the solution for
many days. I found there is a property of ToolBar named "BackColor"
then, I coded like this: toolBar1.BackColor = Color.Blue;
But it doesn't work. How to use this property? Or how can change the
backcolor? Thanks


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backcolor doesn't show up in the designer, but does show as a property...but I got the same result: color doesn't change.
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I think for doing this u will have to create a user control and inherit it from toolbar class and over ride with the back color property and then create a DLL and add the dll through your components.Then u will be able to see the back color property in the design environment and will be able to set the back color you want.

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hi allenfei,
may be the following link will be helpful for u.




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