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Creates the Windows static control and attaches it to the CStatic object.
virtual BOOL Create( LPCTSTR lpszText, DWORD dwStyle, const RECT& rect, CWnd* pParentWnd, UINT nID = 0xffff );
Specifies the text to place in the control. If NULL, no text will be visible.
Specifies the static control's window style. Apply any combination of static control styles to the control.
Specifies the position and size of the static control. It can be either a RECT structure or a CRect object.
Specifies the CStatic parent window, usually a CDialog object. It must not be NULL.
Specifies the static control's control ID.
Construct a CStatic object in two steps. First, call the constructor CStatic, and then call Create, which creates the Windows static control and attaches it to the CStatic object.
Apply the following window styles to a static control:
If you're going to display a bitmap, cursor, icon, or metafile in the static control, you'll need to apply one of the following static styles:
SS_BITMAP Use this style for bitmaps.
SS_ICON Use this style for cursors and icons.
SS_ENHMETAFILE Use this style for enhanced metafiles.
For cursors, bitmaps, or icons, you may also want to use the following style:
SS_CENTERIMAGE Use to center the image in the static control.