Defines a check box control. The control is a small rectangle (check box) that has the specified text displayed next to it (typically, to the right). When the user selects the control, the control highlights the rectangle and sends a message to its parent window.
The CHECKBOX statement, which can only be used in a DIALOGEX statement, defines the text, identifier, dimensions, and attributes of the control.
CHECKBOX text, id, x, y, width, height [, style [, extended-style]]
Text that is to be displayed to the right of the control.
Control styles. This value can be a combination of the button class style BS_CHECKBOX and the WS_TABSTOP and WS_GROUP styles.
If you do not specify a style, the default style is
BS_CHECKBOX | WS_TABSTOP.
For more information about the general syntax of a control statement, see Common Control Parameters.
This example defines a check-box control that is labeled Italic:
CHECKBOX "Italic", 3, 10, 10, 40, 10