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Progress Bar Control Without MFC?

Posted on 2003-03-19
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Last Modified: 2013-12-03
Hi all:

Is it possible to add a Progress Bar to a dialog box without utilizing MFC?

I have developed the rest of my application using straight C and Windows API. In all articles/tutorials I have found on the web, Progress Controls were associated with MFC.

Is there a way to do it in straight Windows API? Or will I have to write my own from scratch - fill a thin long window with little blue squares?

Thank you.
Question by:abuly80

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Actually I already gave up on searching and wrote my own.
It seems to do the job.

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