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Removing HELP from CPropertySheet

Posted on 1999-01-23
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I placed the following code in the propertsheet constructor:
      m_psh.dwFlags &= ~(PSH_HASHELP);
The button still appears once the first page is displayed.  What should I do?
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The doc I looked at only indicated that you can deactivate the
button, not get rid of it...  I once renamed my Apply button in
the initdialog method... Maybe something like this will work for
you ?:

BOOL CMySheet::OnInitDialog()
{
      BOOL bResult = CPropertySheet::OnInitDialog();
      
      CWnd* w = GetWindow(GW_CHILD);
      char s[80];
      w->GetWindowText(s, 79);
      if (strcmp("&Help", s) != 0)
            do {
                  w = w->GetWindow(GW_HWNDNEXT);
                  w->GetWindowText(s, 79);
                  } while (strcmp("&Help", s) != 0);
      w->ShowWindow(FALSE);
      return bResult;
}

You might have to use Spy++ to make sure the help button's text
is really "&Help"
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