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edit control with an 'overwrite' mode

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How can I implement an edit control with an overwrite
mode so the user doesn't have to use the 'delete' key
when he wants to enter some new text.
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Go to the MSLFILES and get the ECOVRWRT.EXE sample:

      ftp ftp.microsoft.com
      Change to the \SOFTLIB\MSLFILES directory
      Get ECOVRWRT.EXE (size: 23696 bytes)


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