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Background in ToolBar

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How do i put a background in my ToolBar?
(Similar to that old versions of Internet Explorer use
to have)

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You may do it by overriding the OnEraseBackground function of the CToolbar.

1. Derive your own class from CToolbar.
2. Ovveride the OnEraseBackground function.
(Override the WM_ERASEBKGND message using the wizard)
3. Draw what you want on the pDC.


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