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I am writting up a program that shows a lot of pictures.  I have a command box so that when you click on it, it will display the next picture.  My question is...  how can I put all these pictures into 1 file (.dat, etc.) so that no one can steal my pictures?  And, what would be the easyest way of doing this?

P.S.: I will give you an A if you include a sample

Thanks to you of you that help!!

Paul
drago97@hotmail.com
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I am sending you a screen saver applicatio in which it cantain a single bmp file which is stored in a res file format.

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