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I make a view from CListView with the LVS_OWNERDRAWFIXED style, and I try to catch the Windows Message ON_WM_DRAWITEM(), but nothing get in this functions. Any Idea...

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In a CListView, you shouldn't try to trap the message yousrelf. Instead, let MFC reflect it for you.  See the ROWLIST sample on the product CD for a good example of doing an ownerdrawfixed list view control in a CListView.

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