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Displaying Jpg in Mainframe Window

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I want to display a JPG file in the mainframe window's client area.
What should i do
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have a look at MS KB article Q218972 - it describes how to use OleLoadPicture and the IPicture interface to diplay .jpg, .gif and other formats
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