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Creating Windows without non-client area

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I would like to create a main Window class that has neither a frame, nor a menu or a Windows bar, just the client area (maybe a 1 pixel black frame). Can I use CWnd as base class and which methods I would need to overwrite? Or is it easier to overwrite the methods for drawing the non-client area?
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aasif earned 60 total points
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The easiest way is to define a dialog without title bar.
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by:busse
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Can you use a Dialog as base Window class? The whole App should neither have a Window bar nor a menu...

A lttle more information would be nice.
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Yes, you can use CDialog class as your base class.
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