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Set cursor position

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How could I set the cursor position in a dialog box?
OnMouseMove gives me the position of the mouse, but I want
to force that position to be something else.

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Simply use the Win32 API 'SetCursorPos()' to set the cursor to any position you want to...
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by:pchaloux
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Oh!  It was that easy !
I don't have MSDN Librairy installed, that why I haven't found it.

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