I searched around here for custom button and found a lot of references to toolbar stuff. Unfortunately, I can't seem to add those on the Mac version of Excel so, to keep for maximum compatiblity, I was going to create my own custom buttons.
Here's what I have: I have a great graphic that I want to use. When I use a button control and just put the picture in it, there is always a bit of a border round that MS is apparently handling - IOW, the picture does not fill the entire button area.
So I thought I'd try the other options; label, image or textbox. They all would work somewhat and the textbox actually seems to work the best. Part of the problem with the textbox though is that it's hard to make it act like a button as disabling it so you can't click in it caused the text to be greyed out and leaving it enabled forces the cursor to an i-beam and clicking is hard to handle.
Labels don't really work too well at all and images can't have text directly associated with it.
So the simple question is, has anyone bothered to do this and if so, how did you manage to make it look and act like a real button (i.e. up/down images, handle clicking and mousemove events).
Also, even if noone has any other ideas, I'll kludge something together, but, since I will have 5-10 of these on just 1 of my forms, is there a simple way of writing one "handler" for all of the "buttons"?