Learn how to create and use a transparent or opaque bitmap image in a Windows CE application.
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If your WinCE application depends on photographic quality images, sets actively managed palettes, or works with bitmaps then you may want to use Device-Independent Bitmaps (DIBs).
Bitmaps raise all sorts of porting issues: color depth, bitmap organization, size translations, and CE support for ROP codes. Learn about adding bitmaps to your WinCE applications.
Learn to display images using the imgdecmp.dll and a modifed VOImage wrapper class.
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