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Adding title bar and menu to splitter windows

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I would like to add a title bar and a menu to each subwindow (created using CSplitterWnd with CMDIChildFrame).

How can I do this?
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MFC child windows already get their own menus.

Do you want a title bar on each splitter frame?  I have code for that.
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Also http://codeguru.developer.com/splitter/index.shtml has lots of info on splitters (eg adding an outlook style splitter header etc).
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Same site also shows how to add a toolbar to a splitter.
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the code for title bars on splitters is at http://www.wdj.com/notgone/707art.htm
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Thanks Ronslow!
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