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Dear sir,

  I would like to set a text on the button.  However, the text is too large to fit on the button.  Therefore, I have to set a smaller size so that the text can fit on the button.  can anyone tell me how to do that?


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Benson
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Again, answers are generally given for POINTS!
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  Since CButton is also derived from CWnd, you can use CWnd::SetFont() to smaller you text.
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