Set size of client area of SDI app.

Posted on 1999-12-22
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I created a SDI app. using AppWizard and I want to be able to set the initial size of the window ( client area ) when the application is launched.  I assume it's as easy as knowing the function's name and where to insert it in the project.  Thanks for any help...
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You need to use the following functions in the CView::OnCreate or CFrameWnd::OnCreate.


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