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I am drawing 3*3 rectangle by using Rectangle(); but now if I click on that rectangle, I want to display the image in that rectangle, which is selected from the list control. I know that I want to handle OnLButtonDown() message, but my problem is that I couldn't differentiate the rectangle which I drawn and the windows rectangle on mouse click. Help me out please.
Updated 4-Jun-11 15:50pm
CPallini 4-Jun-11 14:26pm    
Why cannot you differentiate?
Rocker Gang 5-Jun-11 1:05am    
To place an image on that rectangle on mouseclick i need the clientarea of that specific rectangle,bt that rectangle is also the client area of windows rect. how can i do this..... i am beginner may be this seems to be a stupid question help me plz......
HimanshuJoshi 4-Jun-11 20:51pm    
Edited to correct some spelling and grammar.

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When you draw your rectangle then keep a note of its size and position, then when you capture the mouse click you know where to display it. Where is your difficulty in this?
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