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Attach application to system tray!!

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I am using MFC to develop an application which will run in the background. Now I want to attach the application to the system tray. Such that the application can run in the background. I am using MFC to develop this application. How do I go ahead with it??? I am a novice VC++ programmer, so it would be helpful if u would give me the details and the steps involved. Thanks
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You may find a sample code for that in:
http://www.codeguru.com/shell/systemtray.shtml

Good luck!
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