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CMainFrame with scrollbars?

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I'm writing a MDI application with quite a lot of childwindows (using MFC 4.2. Is there a possibility to equip my mainframe with scrollbars in order to increase the area available for my childwindows?
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First make the mainframe size to some imaginary large value. Activate all the child windows inside the mainframe.Tile/Cascade them if necessary and then resize the mainframe to screen res. This way you have the mainframe with scrollbars and lot of client area to accomdate all the child windows.
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