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This is a bit more of a coding & development issue than UX IMO. Ideally you should try and use CSS/html/whatever you're using (not at all familiar with windows forms) to do it natively. Using an image for a button isn't good practice; it does have UX implications for accessibility (how does a blind person know that's what they've got to press?- hope you ...
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