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RichEdit VC++ (MFC)

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hello,
let's consider we have array of english words (unsigned char [20])
and we wish to print them in richedit but only for reading, (without
possibility of copy and paste - how to do it? switch off selection- but
how?)
but some letters in some words could have different colour.
does anyone know how to do it effectively?

best regards
Przemo

p.s. the length of the array may be very huge >1.000.000 words

Jul 22 '05 #1
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"Przemo Drochomirecki" <pe******@gazeta.pl> wrote...
hello,
let's consider we have array of english words (unsigned char [20])
and we wish to print them in richedit but only for reading, (without
possibility of copy and paste - how to do it? switch off selection- but
how?)
but some letters in some words could have different colour.
does anyone know how to do it effectively?

best regards
Przemo

p.s. the length of the array may be very huge >1.000.000 words


You're in a wrong newsgroup. You need comp.os.ms-windows.programmer
or the appropriate ones from microsoft.public.* family.

Victor
Jul 22 '05 #2

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p.s. the length of the array may be very huge >1.000.000 words


You're in a wrong newsgroup. You need comp.os.ms-windows.programmer
or the appropriate ones from microsoft.public.* family.

Victor


thx, i've already done it. but still no sign of life:(

Przemo
Jul 22 '05 #3

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"Przemo Drochomirecki" <pe******@gazeta.pl> wrote...

p.s. the length of the array may be very huge >1.000.000 words


You're in a wrong newsgroup. You need comp.os.ms-windows.programmer
or the appropriate ones from microsoft.public.* family.

Victor


thx, i've already done it. but still no sign of life:(


My condolences.
Jul 22 '05 #4

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