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Hello everyone... I have a program in MFC and now I want to add a startup image (eg like microsoft products like Word). How do I accomplish this? Thanks
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Just create a modeless dialog box that contains only a bitmap resource, display it at the beginning of your program and destroy it when you're finished initializing or a timeout has expired or whatever.

You can customize the borders and whatnot to your heart's desire.
The dialog editor is your friend!

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