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I wonder if anyone can help me with a problem I'm having in Visual C++. Could anyone tell me how to display a bitmap and coloured text on a menu item? What I really need is a simple example, as I cant make head nor tail of the MFC help on insertmenuitem etc (It might as well be written in Greek).
thanks in advance, a desparing student
Darrel R.
dkr1@mit.edu
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See SAMPLES\MFC\GENERAL\CTRLTEST example. There code you looking
for is in "custmenu.cpp".
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