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CProgressCtrl on the status bar

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How do I create a CProgressCtrl on the status bar of a standard CMainFrame window ?
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Question by:footloose
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See the PROG.ZIP sample at http://www.nwlink.com/~mikeblas/.

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Guh! Sorry, I don't have the sample handy anymore. You should reject my answer.  (And if I find it, I'll post it later.)

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  There is code available on www.codeguru.com, under the "StatusBar" topic, I believe.

-=- James.
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Thanks, guys/gals !!
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