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Hi experts. I am trying this on VC++ 1.52
How can I create a StatusBar in a view of a SDI split Window?
I have a SDI with two views, but I would like a StatusBar for the top view (view1) in order to write some information related to my view. ie.

|-----------------|
|     view1       |
|                 |
|-----------------|StatusBar of my View1
|-----------------|
|     View2       |
|                 |
|-----------------|

I Have something like that in a MDI application for one view but I don´t know how to change it to SDI.

Please,some advice
thank you.



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You should derive a class from CSplitterWnd and have the derived class create a CStatusBar window.  Then all you need is to position the status-bar correctly, reserving space for it and leaving the space left for the contained window.
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