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Hello,

in a MFC program I've put a picture control (bitmap type) that display a bitmap image inserted into the resources.

I want to draw rectangles on the bitmap so I've put the OnDraw method like this for example:
C++
void CDialog3::OnPaint()
{
    CPaintDC dc(this); // device context for painting
    dc.Rectangle(0,0,300,300);
}

it's very simple and the rectangle has been drawn but it's overlapped by the bitmap when it is drawn in the region where the bitmap is located.
For every rectangle I draw there is the bitmap in front of it.
How can I put the bitmap rear my rectangles and rear any shape that I want to draw?
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