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Bitmaps in sort header of MFC CListCtrl

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Is it possible to use bitmaps in the sort header
of an MFC CListCtrl, and if so, what is involved?
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You can create a list control without the sort header. Then create an owner draw CHeaderCtrl header(override the Drawitem member) and place it when the sort header was supoposed to be.
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Nice answer, I believe that points me in the
right direction.  Thank you.
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