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Disable TButton in OWL (Borland C++)

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How can a button (the TButton class) maded in OWL from Borland C++ version 4.5 be disabled. By disable, do I mean make the button gray.
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get the window handle, and use EnableWindow(hWnd, FALSE) or whatever the call is (look under EnableWindow)

if you can only get the control ID of the button, use EnableWindow(GetDlgItem(hWndDlg, CtlId), FALSE)

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