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Converting a Dialog to a Formview in Visual C++ 5

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Hi, I am interested to know if it is possible to convert an existing set of dialogs (modeless) to corresponding formviews ? This is to be implemented in Visual C++ 5.0. What is the programming involved to do this change ?
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Each CFormView derived class is associated with document particuler template. So to convert dialog to CFormView derived class create this class and pass dialog template to this class constructor.
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