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Is there any way of obtaining new components for MFC applications, like buttons with pictures, etc.? I mean, except for buying them and also except for building them on your own - which is not a big problem but lots of time, besides, I don't normally enjoy inventing a wheel... ;)
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Thanks, great!
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