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I have a dialog with a button in my recources. The button is initially disabled..

How do I enable the button from my code? Is there a way I can point to a CButton object here, or what do I do??

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GetDlgItem(IDC_BUTTON)->EnableWindow(TRUE);

or if you have a var mapped

m_button.EnableWindow(TRUE);

regards,
Mike.
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Thank you..
Nice to know that there are several ways to do something.. =)

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