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How to embed a CDialog or CView into a CFormView window

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I would like to embed either a CDialog or CView derived object in a CFormView derived object.  The child window needs to scroll horizontally.  The solution to this problem does not have to utilize these classes I just want to make it easier on myself so that I can write my code in the wayI used to.  Has anyone done this before?
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There used to be an example in MSDN about embeddind CDialog based objects into a ownerdrawn list box. Each item was a dialog inside the list box. You can implement the same for other controls. Just make sure that your CDialog based template's parent is the control / view and not the desktop. This can be done by using SetParent().
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