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hi, how do i add a splash screen in VC++ .Net?
thanks.
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Hello,

Although at that time they didn't talk about .NET yet,
the following article helped me in adding a splash screen to my app: http://www.microsoft.com/msj/defaultframe.asp?page=/msj/1099/c++/c++1099.htm.
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roshmon: this is a sample for adding splash screen to dialog based app
do u know how to do it for an mdi app using formview?

zzynx: the page u gave is good for vc++ 6 users.
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You can use that Splash class for MDI alsi...

Put the splash screen showing code in the InitInstace of the YourApp class (bottom of the function).

It will work.

GOOD LUCK
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thanks a lot
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