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Displaying a picture(loaded from a file) in a dialog box

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I am working on a DLL project which requires a picture to be loaded into a dialog box at run time. I have been looking at the Q/A's here and it looks like there have been similar questions, except the full example code was evedently sent directly to the individuals that asked the questions. If anyone has sample code could you please get me a copy.
Thanks in advance!
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