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Note  This function is obsolete. Use the GetSystemMetrics function with the CXMENUCHECK and CYMENUCHECK values to retrieve the bitmap dimensions.

The GetMenuCheckMarkDimensions function returns the dimensions of the default check mark bitmap. Windows displays this bitmap next to checked menu items. Before calling the SetMenuItemBitmaps function to replace the default check mark bitmap for a menu item, an application must determine the correct bitmap size by calling GetMenuCheckMarkDimensions.

LONG GetMenuCheckMarkDimensions(VOID)


This function has no parameters.

Return Values

The return value specifies the height and width, in pixels, of the default check mark bitmap. The high-order word contains the height; the low-order word contains the width.

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