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How can I load an image (JPG) from a file (not resource) and display it on a CStatic object(picturebox)?

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How can I load an image (JPG) from a file (not resource) and display it on a CStatic object(picturebox)?

any help will do. sample code will be a good help.


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Hi haroldxious,

In my experience the CImage class is the way to go for all image operations.

Please look at this tutorial as halfway down it describes exactly what you are asking for:

http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/com-tech/atl/graphics/article.php/c3597/

Good luck,
Brandon
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Hi Dan,
My solution, as long as haroldxious posted his question correctly, is 100%.

Thanks,
Brandon
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