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Right click -> Properties -> Change Icon

or did you mean that you coded something and want it to have a certain icon. Then you need to include whatever icon you want as a resource in your project before compiling.

In VC++
Include -> Resource -> Icon
Then draw whatever you want and remember to put
LoadIcon(hInstance, MAKEINTRESOURCE(MY_ICON_ID))
In your windows class

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p.s. excuse me english. im from L.A.

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To complement DrunkenBastard, the app icon should be the **first** icon listed in your ressource file.

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To complement DrunkenBastard, the app icon should be the **first** icon listed in your ressource file.

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David Sporn AKA Sporniket

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Thats super, but how do you change it in the title bar??

It says in a few booksk that the IconSm property is used for the task bar AND the title but, but I only get it to show up in the task bar, while the title bar icon remains the same. This is strange becuase they are loaded in the same place and use the same resource



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