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I'm trying to figure out how to change the icon on a form after a button click.

Example: I can change the Form text by using

VB
Form3.Text = ("Form Title Here")


Yeah pretty simple.

But the issue I'm trying to figure out is how to change the forms Icon the same way.

What I have tried:

VB
Form3.Icon = ("iconname.ico")
Obviously isn't the correct way, I have searched but the only thing I can find is changing the icon via Properties. Which isn't what I'm looking for. I'm making this harder than it should be.
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Updated 9-Sep-22 2:47am
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Com Com 2023 21-Apr-23 13:09pm    
how to make button in c++

Try:
C#
Icon = new Icon(@"D:\Test Data\MyICon.ico");
The this.Icon will pick up the Form instance from the class in a non-static Form Event handler.
 
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I'll accept this solution because it pointed me in the right direction, just I'm using VB as opposed to C#, But I was just missing the one little piece.

It ended up being
VB
Form3.Icon = New Icon("IconName.ico")


Thanks!
 
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