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I'm sure you guys have heard this question a thousand times before, but what would you reccomend as the best way to produce colored text in a CEditView, similar to the syntax coloring of VC++ (I'm using 4.0 if thats any help).  Also, how do I get the icon for my program to show up in the title bar and explorer, not just in the about box?
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Keith Rule wrote a syntax-coloring text editor that you could use as a base for yours:

http://www.codeguru.com/misc/color_edit.shtml
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This is fine, but does anyone know how to make the $%&^$%^ icon appear in the title bar? I'd still appreciate an answer
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Have you made a small version of the icon as well as the large one?  If not use the drop-down list that you can see when editing the large icon.
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