Show/Hide Controls on Property Page

I have a property page where I want user could change a value in combo box. Depending on the parameter he chose I have to hide some controls specific for old parameter value and show the new ones (it's very similar to Project\Settings.. sheet in Visual C++ when you change Category on C/C++ page). There are a lot of controls that must be located in the same place. I realize how to hide and show controls but can't catch how to create all these controls on one page in Resource Editor not overlapping them to be able to have access (edit, rename) to each control.

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richhxbConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I have used Spy++ to study the Project\Settings sheet in
Visual C++, and I found when you change Category on
C/C++ page, the controls changed, because the region
in which these controls located is a seperated dialog.
So I think if you want to implement your application just
like Visual C++, you should also use several modeless
dialogs to contain diffrent controls, and create these
dialogs dynamically when you create your property page.
You must create these dialogs at the same location with
the same size, and use SetWindowPos to show one of
them to the topmost when user change some options.

You can dowbload a MFC sample called "PSView" from
Microsoft's site, it uses some technologys similar to your
program, especially for creating some modeless dialogs
at the same location and switching them according to
user's options.

I hope these informations will be useful for you.





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