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Loading Bitmaps to ToolBar

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I want to load a Bitmap to my Toolbar at runtime.
The user can change the bitmaps. Now the Toolbar should display the new bitmap.
How?
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Use LoadBitmap to load bitmap from resources or LoadImage to load bitmap from file.  Then use CToolBarCtrl::AddBitmap to add bitmap to the toolbar. To replace bitmap on existing buttons use TB_REPLACEBITMAP message.
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