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Setting backgroundcolor of window in MFC?

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Hi. I need to change the background brush used for erasing the background of the window. I normally don''t use MFC, but this time I have, so I''m wondering how to do this in MFC. thus, doing the equivalent of: WNDCLASS wc; ... wc.hbrBackground = (HBRUSH)GetStockObject(WHITE_BRUSH); in MFC. Thanks in advance.

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Just wanted to put this post up a bit.

Please help if you can.

I wont respond for some hours now because it''s bedtime in sweden

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Please help. I have searched the help and tried to find some way of changing the WNDCLASS structure before the class is registered but I can''t find a way.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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