"Tom Serface" <>
Thu, 22 Jun 2006 06:47:32 -0700
This link might help you:

I think you could do what you want with an ON_UPDATE_COMMAND_UI handler.


"CrimeMaster" <> wrote in message

i have CToolbarCtrl drived class.this tool bar has a lot of buttons,in
which one button call's a
I Want to send a message from my dialog class to the toolbar class when
a specific button is clickd.the problem is that when we send a message
to any control class we need its HWND.I have a problem here that how i
can got the HWND of toolbar in dialog class to send the messge.

the structure of mt program like this
this is just an example.
class mytoolbar
  dialog is a member of this class which is called when a specific
button of toolbar is called.

  this is the dialog class,i want to now send a message to the
mytoolbar class when a specific message of this dialog is pressed.

plz tell me some one about that

i m just confused.
Thanks in advance.


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