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How use MarqueeCtl Object

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I would like to using a Marquee Control in my MFC dialog application. I inserted the MarqueeCtl Object, but I don't know how to use it. Anyone has an experience, please help me or tell me where I can find the more information or examples about this control. Thanks.
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Use classwizzard and add a member variable with the controltype to your dialog. Classwizzard will generate a wrapper class for you

HTH
 Norbert
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