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I have created a MDI application. In one child scrollview, I have a property sheet. This property sheet have one property page and this property page contain a list box.

My question is :

How can I resize the property sheet, the property page with the list box by resizing the scrollview ?

The WM_SIZE only arrive in the Scrollview

I have try to post the WM_SIZE message to the property page
but the value (cx and cy) must be different. How it is possible to have correct cx and cy values ?
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In the WM_SIZE handler for the scroll view, you need to call the base class to make sure your scroll view is still working and you need to use MoveWindow on the property sheet to resize that. Then the property sheet should have the right logic to resize your property pages. However, you need to have a WM_SIZE handler in your property page to size your list box correctly.

There's a library that supports these features. It is from Nanosoft and they are located at http://www.special-events.com/.

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