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Showing aplication icon on the start menu

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I want to show the application icon in the start menu besides system time is shown. Right button for the context menu and left button for the application dialog. Is posible do this using MFC? How?
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Yes. That's not on the Start menu but the System Tray. Here it is.
http://www.codeguru.com/shell/systemtray.shtml
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Perfect!
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