Add a Background Bitmap to the Internet Explorer ToolBar

Posted On 2007-07-17 by FortyPoundHead
Keywords: Add a Background Bitmap to the Internet Explorer ToolBar (Windows 9x and NT)
Tags: Tip Internet Explorer Windows 9x Linux
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Want to have you own bitmap shown on the Internet Explorer toolbar? It's simple with the Registry setting.
1. Open Regedit and find the key below.
2. Add a new String Value of "BackBitmap" and set the value to the path and name of bitmap file you wish to use (eg. "C:\WINDOWS\CLOUDS.BMP")
3. Exit Regedit and restart Internet Explorer.

Key: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar]
Value Name: BackBitmap
Data Type: REG_SZ

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