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WTL Tool Bar Drop-Down Extension

, 26 Jul 2000
An article on extending the tool bar control using the Window Template Library
toolbar_demo.zip
R&D
ToolBar Test
res
res
ToolBar Test.ico
Toolbar.bmp
ToolBar Test.clw
ToolBar Test.dsp
ToolBar Test.dsw
ToolBar Test.exe
toolbar_src.zip

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Ben Burnett
Student University of Lethbridge
Canada Canada
Ben was born in New Zealand and grew up in Mexico; however, he has lived in Canada for most of his adult life. He has traveled to a few places in Canada so far: British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Nova Scotia, but has only ever lived in Alberta — all over Alberta. From Lethbridge to Calgary to Fort McMurray: he has seen most of what the province has to offer. He has also left the comfort of his—at the time—home country and gone abroad. In recent history he has been in China, New Zealand, the US, Central America and back to Canada (where he now resides).
 
He completed a degree at the University of Lethbridge, in Computer Science; worked for the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the Computer Sciences Department as a Systems Programmer for the Condor Research Project[^]; and is currently completing another degree at the University of Lethbridge, once again, in Computer Science.
 
Ben has been known to enjoy reading, watching movies, playing console games, and learning everything he can about computers. And, more importantly, with regards to his character: does not usually speaks about himself in the third person.

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