Mutli Row Tab View

My project had very big dialog which needed to be split in to many property pages. Some of the property pages again needed a split. Then I tried to do it using CPropertySheet and CPropertyPage. But I could not find a way to stick CPropertySheet inside another CPropertySheet. My CMutliRowTabView and CTesttabCtrl did the job. I derived CtestTabCtrl from CTabCtrl and used lParam value to store the either a Window or a Tab control. CMutliRowTabView has CTesttabCtrl member and has its own functions to insert a view or a Tab control. With CMutliRowTabView you can add any number of rows, Insert windows by position.

Derive a class from CMutliRowTabView and override OnInitialUpdate() to add pages.

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Comments

  • Any OleCreatePropertyFrame implementation ?

    Posted by Legacy on 02/10/2000 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Corneliu I. Tusnea

    Hi,
    Don't you have an implementation of the OleCreatePropertyFrame method ?
    I need something like this great class, but for OLE Property Pages (IPropertyPage).

    Thanks,
    Corneliu.

    Reply
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