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Buttons which change BMPs when pressed

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I'm trying to create a winamp style skin for my applications. The buttons on Winamp change BMPs when they are clicked, from a "Up-button-looking" bitmap to a "Down-button-looking" bitmap. There is NO shading which takes place, just a swapping of two Bitmaps. Does anyone have source code for such?
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by:Mensana
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check on Codeguru site as you'll find tons of interesting solutions, including bitmaps on buttons:
http://www.codeguru.com/
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Try the MFC class: CBitmapButton.
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