Adding CToolbar on CPropertySheet.

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Thu, 5 Jun 2008 01:29:00 -0700

I have a class derived from CPropertySheet. I have added a CToolbar to this
property sheet. I have repositioned the toolbar at right top corner of the
property sheet.
However, the property sheet area covers the toolbar and I am able to see
only some portion of the toolbar area.

How could I bring the Toolbar on top of property sheet ? (May be at the tabs
level but at right side)

I have tried putting a CButton control on the property sheet and is working

Please refer below code to understand the situation.

class CMyPropertySheet : public CPropertySheet

    CMyPropertySheet(UINT nIDCaption, CWnd* pParentWnd = NULL, UINT iSelectPage
= 0);
    CMyPropertySheet(LPCTSTR pszCaption, CWnd* pParentWnd = NULL, UINT
iSelectPage = 0);
    virtual ~CMyPropertySheet();


    CButton m_Button;
    CToolBar m_wndToolBar;

    virtual BOOL OnInitDialog();
    afx_msg void OnButtonClicked();
    afx_msg void OnButton1Clicked();
    afx_msg void OnButton2Clicked();
    void RepositionToolbars();

BOOL CMyPropertySheet::OnInitDialog()
    BOOL bResult = CPropertySheet::OnInitDialog();

    // TODO: Add your specialized code here

    m_Button.Create(_T("New Button"), WS_CHILD|WS_VISIBLE|BS_PUSHBUTTON,
CRect(200,0,300,20), this, ID_BUTTON_ID);

    if (!m_wndToolBar.CreateEx(this, TBSTYLE_FLAT | TBSTYLE_TRANSPARENT,
        TRACE0("Failed to create toolbar\n");
        return -1; // fail to create


    return bResult;

void CMyPropertySheet::RepositionToolbars()
    // Reposition validation toolbar.
        m_wndToolBar.GetToolBarCtrl().ModifyStyleEx(SWP_NOMOVE | SWP_NOREPOSITION,

        // Calculate toolbar width.
        CSize SizeToolBar;

        CRect rcDlg;

        int iWidth = 0;
        int iHeight = 0;

        iWidth =;
        iHeight =;

        int iX = rcDlg.right-iWidth;
        int iY = 0;

        m_wndToolBar.GetToolBarCtrl().MoveWindow(iX, iY, iWidth, iHeight);

Any help would be highly appreciable.


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