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Hi,

I am new to MFC and VC.

Just playing around with the Class Wizzard and resource editor.

What i want is to be able to responsd to a button press changing a piece of static text.

I have seup a member varible for DDX with the static text.

When the dialog is show the Static text is initially blank?

And when i set the member varible in reponse to a button been clicked there is no change.

Anyone know where i am going wrong??

Thanks

Rich

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call UpdateData(FALSE);
hope helps...
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by:GlennDean
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UpdateData(FALSE) is right.  
Your handler for the button should look something like

void CMyDlg::OnButton1()
{
  m_Text="Hi World";  //Added m_Text DDX variable for static text
  UpdateData(FALSE);
}
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