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Is there a way to capture the click event of a CStatic object??
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MDarling earned 50 total points
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Make sure the Notify style is set
for the CStatic object (do this via)
the resource editor.  Also give it a
unique ID not ID_STATIC.

That way you should be able to respond to OnClick using ClassWizard.

regards,
Mike.
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by:MDarling
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for OnClick read BN_CLICK.

regards,
Mike.
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by:V_Bapat
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Derive a class from CStatic, attach your class to the control and handle the click event in your class.
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