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MDI will give the default of title bar of the child windows. Exampe if our projectname == Expert the childwindow name will be Expert1 Expert2 Expert3
Can anybody tell me how I can override this child windows title ? I use SetWindowText but everytime I open up a new child window, child window will go back to the original default setting
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Vinayak Kumbar earned 160 total points
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Hi,

Map the SetTitle() function to the Doc class and modify the string there, Ur SetTitle() function will look like

void CMDIDoc::SetTitle(LPCTSTR lpszTitle)
{      
      lpszTitle = "HI";
      CDocument::SetTitle(lpszTitle);
}

If more than one view and U want to identify them differenty, then assign some specific values to each view like 1, 2, 3..... Then in the SetTitle function modify the string depending on that value in a switch statement.

Hope this helps.
VinExpert
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Thank for the help =) it's really helpful... especially for a beginner like me. Thanks a lot
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