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How do I set the title of a dialog window programmatically?

I'm creating a win32 app (no mfc) using MSVS 6.0

The dialog itself was included as a resource, but I need to change the

title of the dialog based on the value of a certain flag.

I'm sure there is an easy solution, but for the life of me I can't find it.

-CPOsosky







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Have you tried SetWindowText ("Tilte 1")?
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OK. That was way too easy. Now I feel like an idiot.

Thanks!

-Chris
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Very question has an easy answer if one knows it. An idiot would be someone not asking the question because the answer could be to easy.
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