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Place a ToolBar control in a DialogBar?

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I want to make a DialogBar with  many bitmap buttons with checked sytle.I think Toolbar can realize image buttons with checked sytle easly,so I put a ToolBar class in a CDialogBar class.But when I realize it all, I can see the image bottons(toolbar) at all!
Why?Can I put a ToolBar control in a CDialogBar?
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Add member variable of type CToolBar to your CDialogBar derived class. Override OnCreate message handler in CDialogBar derived class and create toolbar the same way it is created inside CMainFrame::OnCreate.
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You should use CToolBarCtrl, not CToolBar.

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