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I am relately new to MFC and trying to be ambitious. The problem is how do I go about developing a doc/view where the view is dockable and tabbed. A good example is the workspace window in devstudio (except I want to use a list ctrl). Tried using CDialogBar but there are a number of problems: it is not a view and cannot be used in a doc/view template, resizing is a pain, when I do CMyDialogBar.ShowWindow(SW_HIDE) (to hide the window) the dialog template backgroud still remains, etc.

Any of you experts: I need some suggestions and pointers. Please. Right now this is giving me headaches.
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Asim
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Thanks a lot! Any suggestions on tabbing views?
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