Re: How to close a modal propertysheet?

"Ashot Geodakov" <>
Wed, 13 Jun 2007 23:40:34 -0700
Looking at the question, I thought that the original poster was trying to
*send* WM_COMMAND to close the dialog. Like, SendMessage( ... ). I assumed
all sending occured from outside of the dialog (which is yet another puzzle,
how did he do anything outside of a modal dialog? multithreading??)

I hope I am wrong, but then why to even intercept the WM_COMMAND for
IDCANCEL? Cancel button closes the MFC dialog without having to handle
WM_COMMAND, at least last time I checked...

I wonder if getting rid of OnCommand handler will fix the issue.

"Tom Serface" <> wrote in message

The code that you show here looks OK. Have you tried calling:


Instead of EndDialog() to simulate the user pressing the cancel button?

You could also trace into the EndDialog() function and see what is
happening in there.


"bucher" <> wrote in message


I want to close a modal propertysheet by sending WM_COMMAND message. The
code in propertysheet like this:

BOOL CSysConfigSheet::OnCommand(WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam)
 if (wParam == IDCANCEL && lParam == 0) {
 return TRUE;

return CPropertySheet::OnCommand(wParam, lParam);

I have stepped the code. EndDialog was called. But the property was not
closed. Is there any mistake in my code? Thanks in advanced>

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