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Hi,
I need to know the limitation number of GDI objects and User obects in different OS (NT, Win2000, XP).
Can someone please tell me or point me to an article ?

thanks,
Yoav.
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There is a comment on the Win95 resources at
http://www.windows-help.net/techfiles/win-resources.html
On NT, W2K and XP there should be no limit, only on Win95, 98 and ME


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