4.4.1. Define button type.
To define button type, you need to select this type, using radiobutton
from the window:
You could see that there are three available types of the button.
First type - "Classic
Button" includes all standard Windows ( since Windows 3.x )
button types ( pushbuttons, radiobuttons, checkboxes ).
Second type - "Owner-Drawn
Button ( supported by Windows )" includes buttons, which can
be easily filled by bitmap, or by icon, and user needs no to write any
button drawing blocks - all support for these button types is performed by
Third type - "Owner-Drawn
Button ( XP style )" includes button styles, which appeared
since Windows 2000/XP. Using this type, you could place on the button both
image and text, and all support for this button performed by Windows. You
need only to point onto text string and image handle. The only problem -
this type is not available for users of Windows 9x/Me.