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Hi,
I have created a customized CFileDialog interface which I did by deriving a class from CFileDialog. I found out that the Tab Order is set only for the controls present on the file dialog. I don't seem to get tab stops for the controls present on my customized template. Can anyone tell me how to catch the tabs on my controls (such as buttons present on the child template) when the user hits the TAB button ?
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Do your controls have WS_TABSTOP on them?

The tabbing is determined by the dialog which walks down its children list. As long as your controls are children of the dialog, then they will be tabbed to if they have WS_TABSTOP as their style.
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