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how do you make it?
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braindude earned 300 total points
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You make it just like you would make a window..
An example:
CreateWindowEx(NULL, "STATIC", "The Text", WS_CHILD | WS_VISIBLE, x, y, width, height, hWndParent, (HMENU)CtlID, hInstance, NULL);
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thank you much!!!
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