Displaying a picture (bitmap) using VC++(MFC)

Posted on 2002-03-23
Last Modified: 2013-11-20
   I want to display a bitmap using the filename not the resource ID.
Plz help me to display any picture using picture file name.
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    HBITMAP hBMP = (HBITMAP)LoadImage(AfxGetInstanceHandle(),
                                       "Bitmap FilePathName",

set this hBMP to your control

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many thanx roshmon for you help.
Iwant to ask you about the install shield. when I try to install it it gives me error-132 do u have a solution for this problem.
thanx again Roshmon.
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I don't have install sheild....


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