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Does Windows NT4.x support BM_SETIMAGE?

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My VC4 docs have a [Windows 95] thingy at the top for BM_SETIMAGE. Does Windows NT4.0 and later support BM_SETIMAGE? -Thanks
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Yes, it is supported both under Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0, as the VC++ 5.0 official documentation says.

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