In an MDI application, the MDI client is a child of the top-level window. Learn to use this special window as a child of another child.
Articles Written by John Z. Czopowik VC++ MVP
Learn how to show multiple views in a frame window without using a splitter.
Learn about the Tab Bar control class that is based on CControlBar and the Windows common tab control; it also uses my wrapper class CTabBarCtrl.
Learn how to handle ToolTips that are independent from ToolTip handling in a parent window.
An MDI or SDI application supporting DDE, created by VS 7.1 (.NET 2003), fails to open a document using DDE (Dynamic Data Exchange). Learn an easy way to rectify this problem.
Learn about a simple class that shows you how to center text vertically in a single-line edit control.