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The FMS_TOOLBARLOAD structure contains information about custom buttons to be added to the File Manager toolbar. The buttons are provided by a File Manager extension DLL.

typedef struct _FMS_TOOLBARLOAD { /* fmstbl */ 

    DWORD        dwSize; 

    LPEXT_BUTTON lpButtons; 

    WORD         cButtons; 

    WORD         cBitmaps; 

    WORD         idBitmap; 

    HBITMAP      hBitmap; 




Specifies the size, in bytes, of the structure. File Manager sets the size before calling the extension and checks the size after the extension procedure returns.
Points to an array of EXT_BUTTON structures that specify the style, command identifier, and Help string identifier for each toolbar button.
Specifies the number of EXT_BUTTON structures in the array pointed to by the lpButtons member. This number equals the number of buttons and separators to add to the toolbar.
Specifies the number of buttons represented by the given bitmap.
Specifies the identifier of a bitmap resource in the executable file for the extension DLL. The bitmap resource contains images for the number of buttons specified by cBitmaps. File Manager loads the bitmap resource, then uses it to display the buttons.
Specifies the handle of a bitmap that the File Manager will use to obtain and display button images if idBitmap is 0.

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