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I want to know about coloured static controls
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To color a static control, make sure it has a unique ID.  -1, or IDC_STATIC won't do.

Then, add a OnCtlColor() handler. In that handler, call SetBkColor() to set the background color of the control. And call SetTextColor() to set the text color of the control.

Besides that, what do you want to know?

..B ekiM

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Why did you leave a grade of "C"?  Why did you provide no explanation for such a crummy grade?  Was there something else you needed to know?  I offered to expand my answer for you, but you didn't take me up on the offer. Why would you ignore my extension of additional help but leave a poor grade?

I can't understand your grading style.

..B ekiM
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