Re: Implementing 3-Tabs to Existing Dialog Project

"Scott McPhillips [MVP]" <org-dot-mvps-at-scottmcp>
Mon, 14 Jun 2010 22:05:23 -0400
"JCO" <> wrote in message

No my intent is not to replace the current Dialog. I was under the
impression that you must use the CPropertySheet with CPropertyPage to do a
tab. Sounds like, if I understand you correctly, I don't need the
Getting rid of that might bring up other issues as far as hiding certain

I want my existing dialog. On part of that dialog (50% coverage) I want a
3-tab control. (no Wizard and no buttons on the tabs).

For a tab control that covers only part of a dialog forget about
CPropertySheet and CPropertyPage. They don't do that.

Use CTabCtrl and put a tab control on your dialog template. The usual
approach is to then create a modeless dialog for each tab page, with the
dialogs' titlebar style turned off. You create all the dialogs (and you have
to position them on the tab control initially) and you make one at a time
visible as the tabs are clicked. Maybe Joe's class helps with this.

Scott McPhillips [VC++ MVP]

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