In this article we've seen how we can use a couple of API calls, a timer and a scroll bar to dynamically capture and magnify a portion of the Windows desktop just the same way as the built-in Windows magnifier application does.
If you've worked with the Windows API before, you might want to look at adding new features to our app, and maybe even turning it into a shareware app that you can distribute to the masses using CNet or Tucows.
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