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Using Buttons In A Regular Window

Posted on 1998-12-25
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How do I use button controls, CButton, in a regular window?
I can get the buttons to appear, but when I click the button
nothing happens, it doesnt animate the click, or send a
button clicked message.
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Question by:amp2112
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You need to use its OnClick() event in order to be able to do anything...
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by:pagladasu
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Create your view as being derived from CFormView.
Use the resource editor to create the buttons and other controls.
Use the classwizard to map the BN_CLICKED event of the buttons to different functions.
Write code for these functions.

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by:The_Brain
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look at www.codeguru.com   this is a very good site, and there is a topic for just buttons, it is REALLY cool.  
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