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Look up a good tutorial this one looks promising. You can monkey see monkey do it from there.

By the way how the heck did you get the DirectX 2 SDK(If I read right). I''ve been looking for the DirectX 3 SDK, so I can make an NT compatable DirectX App, and I haven''t seen hide nor hair of any version of DirectX below 5.


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i think you should download the dx7aSDK at www.microsoft.com/directx and install it, this version is FAR more better than the second version. in the help of this sdk, you will find tutorials and a lot of stuff to get started, good luck

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i would do the download but i don''t have the time but i do have the documentation.

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You could also buy a book which includes the DirectX SDK.

Here are some of my favorits:
Inside MS DirectX (Includes vers. 5.2)
Inside MS Direct3D (Includes vers. 7)

Or the best of the them all:
Andre LaMothe´s: "Tricks of the Windows Game Programming Gurus" (Includes vers. 6)

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