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Hi,
I want to draw an arrow from x1.y1 o x2.y2
It is very easy to do dc->LineTo, but how do I add the "triangle" at the end?
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There are several ways to do this but my suggestion is to use CreatePolygonRgn and then pass the CRgn handle to FillRgn.  You probably should encapsulate this so that your arrows are always consistent when you calculate them.  
Also you can look at the sample code here: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/GDI/arrows.aspx
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