Making non-Visible buttons show up later

I notice in the Resource Editor that you can mark a button "Visible" or not.  If you leave visible unchecked the dialog opens without showing the button.  Is there a way now from the program to change the properties of the button to be visible?  I see a CWnd::SetProperty that applies to buttons but it seems to only change ActiveX properties. I'd like to have the button not show up until the program gets to a point where it asks a question that would be answered by Yes and No buttons that became visible at that time.
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krbatgeCommented:
GetDialogItem(IDC_MYBUTTON)->ShowWindow(SW_SHOW);

where IDC_MYBUTTON should be the name of the button resource in the resource editor
krbatgeCommented:
If you have used the classwizard to set up a variable for your button (eg m_button1) you can simply do

m_button1.ShowWindow(SW_SHOW);  // to shoe the button

m_button1.ShowWindow(SW_HIDE);// to hide the window again

This will work for any button, control or window (ie anything derived from CWnd)

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stevaAuthor Commented:
Excellent!
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