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To attach a CBitmapButton object to a button in a dialog box, call the CBitmapButton::AutoLoad() function in the OnInitDialog() function for the dialog box. Note, that the CDialogBar and CFormView classes are not derived from the CDialog class and do not have an OnInitDialog() function.
To use a CBitmapButton with a CDialogBar, override the Create() function and call AutoLoad() after calling the base class version of Create(). In the following code, which demonstrates this process, the CMyDialogBar class is derived from CDialogBar and m_MyBitmapButton is a CBitmapButton member of CMyDialogBar:
To use a CBitmapButton with a CFormView, call AutoLoad() in the CFormView OnInitialUpdate() function. In the following code, which demonstrates this, the CMyFormView class is derived from CFormView and m_MyBitmapButton is a CBitmapButton member of CMyFormView:
Article ID: 98041 - Last Review: October 26, 2013 - Revision: 4.0
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