Buttons & Controls under Windows CE -

Posted on 2003-02-28
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Last Modified: 2010-04-17
I am developing an app using CE3.0 - the app uses a touch screen, and the push buttons are large enough to use small photos instead of icons to identify the functions. This is easy using VC++6 or VB on NT/W2K/XP, but not so obviously easy using eVC3, which is quite a limited set of functions.

Any suggestions.
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Try downloading the CCeButtonST demo at
That will do what you want.

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