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CToolBarCtrl::ChangeBitmap

Changes the bitmap for a button in the current toolbar control.

BOOL ChangeBitmap(
     int idButton, 
     int iBitmap
);

Parameter

Description

[in] idButton

Command identifier of the button that is to receive a new bitmap.

[in] iBitmap

Zero-based index of an image in the current toolbar control's image list.

true if this method is successful; otherwise, false.

If this method is successful, the system displays the specified image in the specified button.

This method sends the TB_CHANGEBITMAP message, which is described in the Windows SDK.

Header: afxcmn.h

The following code example changes the bitmap for the File Save button to the bitmap for the About button.


	{
		// Change the bitmap for the File Save button, whose 
		// command ID is ID_FILE_SAVE, to the bitmap for the 
		// About button, whose index is 7. 
		CToolBarCtrl& m_toolBarCtrl = m_wndToolBar.GetToolBarCtrl();
		BOOL bRet = m_toolBarCtrl.ChangeBitmap( ID_FILE_SAVE, 7 );
	}


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