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placing my application Icon in the portion of widows taskbar when it is closed(Like VOLUME and SYSTEM CLOCK)

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Hi,
When i close my application, I would like to see that icon at the portion of windows taskbar where Volume and System clock icons are prensent...
That is right most part of the TaskBar.
My application is  single dialog box desingned in MFC. When i closed it ... it should not stop the application.. instead it should go to that part. It should be reappear the window when i click the Icon there.

Any help is appreaciated,

Raju




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http://www.codeproject.com/shell/trayicons.asp - System Tray Icons - Minimize Your Application to the SysTray

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by:DaveT72
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I just did the same thing, roshman's link is an excellent resource, just remember there is a difference between closing and application and minimizing it tot he system tray.  If you "Close" your application it will not show up in the system tray, if it does(because you didn't destroy your icon) it won't work because you've closed your message handler with your app.  To make it appear in the system tray the program has to stay running, you merely hide the interface and show the icon in the system tray.
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