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Questionusing bitmap as logo in diaglog-based app Pin
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mbue28-Feb-06 14:51
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you have to modify your code for using MFC:

CPaintDC dc(this);<br />
<br />
HDC			mdc;<br />
HGDIOBJ obmp;<br />
BITMAP bmi;<br />
<br />
if((HBITMAP)m_hbmp && ::GetObject(m_hbmp,sizeof(bmi),&bmi))<br />
{<br />
	mdc = ::CreateCompatibleDC(dc.m_hDC);<br />
	obmp = ::SelectObject(mdc,m_hbmp);<br />
<br />
	::BitBlt(dc.m_hDC,offsetx,offsety,bmi.bmWidth,bmi.bmHeight,mdc,0,0,SRCCOPY);<br />
<br />
	::SelectObject(mdc,obmp);<br />
	::DeleteDC(mdc);<br />
}


Please mark your code as 'code'.
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