About CPropertysheet!

codes from a book like bellow:

....
void CMyDlg:OnInitDialog()
{
  ...
  m_sheet.Create(....);
  m_sheet.ModifyStyle(..);
  CRect rect;
  GetDlgItem(IDC_PROPSHEET)->GetWindowRect(&rect);
 ScreenToClient(&rect);
 m_sheet.SetWindowPos(......);
}
Where can define "IDC_PROPSHEET" ???
SonicYouthAsked:
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MDarlingCommented:
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akalmaniCommented:
Hi SonicYouth !!
   This IDC_PROPSHEET will be defined in the resource when you create a Property Page.

Any more clarification feel free to ask
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jhattinghCommented:
SonicYouth,

The book is telling you that you can use a static control in your dialog box (probably hidden) and the size and location of it can be used to position the property sheet you want in your app. I presume the supplied sample code has a dialog with a static control called IDC_PROPSHEET, but if not - go ahead and create one yourself.

Jason

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V_BapatCommented:
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