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How do I Open and Display other formats besides .BMP in VC++?
I've tried several ways, but since MS created BMP, they think EVERYTHING has to use it.
I need to be able to add compatibility with other formats to my apps. I need to know if anyone has,
or knows where I can find this imformation, Out of my 15 books on VC++ and DX, they all want to use BMP!!!
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