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How do i hide the mouse cursor?
With out MFC.
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Use the function ShowCursor included in windows.h
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You can find infos about this function at
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/psdk/winui/cursors_1gky.htm

If you want to hide the cursor, write
ShowCursor(FALSE);
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