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Creating a COleClientItem from a bitmap

Posted on 2001-07-15
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I want to create a COleClientItem from a DIB bitmap.
If I save it to a file and use CreateFromFile everything works fine, but if I put it on the clipboard and use CreateFromClipboard I get a OLE_E_STATIC error happening.
Is there anyway I can create to embeded object without having to create the file?
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Try setting the first param of CreateFromClipboard to OLERENDER_NONE or OLERENDER_ASIS

Or try using CreateStaticFromClipboard()

-- Dan
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