Split a view from a menu item or keystroke

If you want to have a "Split" item on the menu instead of just using the split boxes in the scroll bars call this method. This is very useful if you want to split a view that has no scroll bars.
void CMySplitterView::OnWindowSplit() 
{
	((CSplitterWnd*)GetParent())->DoKeyboardSplit(); 
}



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