How to put a standard windows icon on a button

How do I put a stardard windows icon on a button?

I have a dlg based application and want to put the 'browse folders' icon on a button.

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AndyAinscowFreelance programmer / ConsultantCommented:
CButton myButton;

// Create an icon button.
myButton.Create(_T("My button"), WS_CHILD|WS_VISIBLE|BS_ICON,
   CRect(10,10,60,50), pParentWnd, 1);

// Set the icon of the button to be the system question mark icon.
myButton.SetIcon( ::LoadIcon(NULL, IDI_QUESTION) );

You will have to create your own icon which is a 'copy' of the picture on the browse folders icon and load it onto the button as per above code.  (You can also create the button in the resource editor and set the style there as icon).

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