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TBADDBITMAP structure

Adds a bitmap that contains button images to a toolbar.

Syntax


typedef struct {
  HINSTANCE hInst;
  UINT_PTR  nID;
} TBADDBITMAP, *LPTBADDBITMAP;

Members

hInst

Type: HINSTANCE

Handle to the module instance with the executable file that contains a bitmap resource. To use bitmap handles instead of resource IDs, set this member to NULL.

You can add the system-defined button bitmaps to the list by specifying HINST_COMMCTRL as the hInst member and one of the following values as the nID member.

ValueMeaning
IDB_STD_LARGE_COLOR

Large, color standard bitmaps.

IDB_STD_SMALL_COLOR

Small, color standard bitmaps.

IDB_VIEW_LARGE_COLOR

Small large, color view bitmaps.

IDB_VIEW_SMALL_COLOR

Small, color view bitmaps.

IDB_HIST_NORMAL

Windows Explorer travel buttons and favorites bitmaps in normal state.

IDB_HIST_HOT

Windows Explorer travel buttons and favorites bitmaps in hot state.

IDB_HIST_DISABLED

Windows Explorer travel buttons and favorites bitmaps in disabled state.

IDB_HIST_PRESSED

Windows Explorer travel buttons and favorites bitmaps in pressed state.

 

nID

Type: UINT_PTR

If hInst is NULL, set this member to the bitmap handle of the bitmap with the button images. Otherwise, set it to the resource identifier of the bitmap with the button images.

Remarks

If nID holds a bitmap handle, rather than a resource ID, do not destroy the bitmap until it has been replaced with TB_REPLACEBITMAP. Otherwise, the toolbar is destroyed.

Defined values can be used as indexes to the standard bitmaps. For more information, see Toolbar Standard Button Image Index Values.

The TBADDBITMAP structure is used with the TB_ADDBITMAP message.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]

Header

Commctrl.h

 

 

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