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I am devloping a Editor whose view class is inherit by CRichEditView. I want to introduce bookmarks in my editor in the same way as done in VC++ IDE. My problem is that I want to set the cursor position after same spaces in RichEidt so that I can paste bookmark bmp at that place. Please reply
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In your class derived from CRichEditView you can use this code to set your cursor position wherever you want it:

CRichEditCtrl& theCtrl = GetRichEditCtrl();
CHARRANGE crSel;

//if you need to find out the current cursor position            
theCtrl.GetSel(crSel);

//set up the charrange structure to the new location you want to move the
//cursor to.  Make the min and max positions the same to put the cursor at
//one position with nothing selected.
crSel.cpMin = crSel.cpMin + 4; //for example to move it 4 characters over
crSel.cpMax = crSel.cpMin; //want nothing selected, so same as min.
            theCtrl.SetSel(crSel); //sets the cursor to the location you
// just defined.
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