Using CPropertySheet as a View

I am developing a doc/view app which will use as its view a PropertySheet or something similar.  Is there a way to use a CPropertySheet as a view?  If I use a CFormView and place a CTabCtrl on it (to emulate a CPropertySheet), how do I change the view's "pages" when the appropriate tab is selected?
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rajesh032097Commented:
Hi,
You cannot have a view based on CPropertySheet as it's not derived from CView. But you can certainly put a tab control on the view and then add pages to it. I have done this in my application. All you need to do is to create your pages typically derived from CDialog class and add to the tab control. You would need to position those pages in the client area of your tab control. An example with similar functionality has been given in VC++ documentation titled "Creating a tabbed dialog box" section. I think that will help you a bit.
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duhrbrocAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your timely answer; it is sincerely appreciated!
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cyourchCommented:
There is an example on the microsoft web site called psview.exe, it has exactly what you are looking for.
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