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How do i hook into the WM_MOUSEMOVE, WM_LBUTTONUP messages when I create a control
using the dialog editor and create a member variable of type CTreeCtrl.  Is it possible to do this
without subclassing from CTreeCtrl and handling these messages. The ClassWizard does not
display the WM_MOUSEMOVE message for the CTreeCtrl.
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No it is not possible to handle these messages in dialog controls without subclassing them. ClassWizard shows you only notification messages sent by controls to parent dialog in form of WM_NOTIFY message
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