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I'm working on a small project and trying to familiarize myself with C# to boot (perhaps in a ham-fisted way).

The program dynamically creates an array of buttons and uses an imagelist to place an image on the button (not the button background). Clicking on the button increments which image is displayed on the buttons.

The issue I have is that I wish to save in a text file the current image index of the image - so it can be reloaded in future. Whilst I can reference and change certain things like text and background image - I cannot work out a way to access the index of the image currently in-use.

I appreciate I've provided only a little info, if more it required I will do my best to answer.
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