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Converting a CPicture to a CBitmap

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I am retreiving a CPicture from an OCX control.  I need to turn it into a CBitmap and I am having problems.  I use CBitmap::FromHandle(HANDLE) using the CPicture::GetHandle(), but the header is corrupted and the image is off by several bytes.  
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galkin earned 100 total points
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Try this.

LPPICTURE lpPicture;
CBitmap bm;
if(SUCEEDED(m_lpDispatch->QueryInterface(IID_IPicture, (LPVOID *)&lpPicture)))
{
HBITMAP hbm;
lpPicture->get_Handle((OLE_HANDLE *)&hbm);
bm.Attach(hbm);
lpPicture->Release();
}
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by:twain052098
ID: 1313570
Great Thanks for the help.  Convertion of the m_lpDispatch was the trick.  Thanks!
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