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How to add buttons into property sheet ??

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when property sheet has been created, there will  automatically provide 3 buttons --> OK, Cancel and also Apply .....i would like to add more buttons in my page and also remove the Apply and Cancel button .... what should i do ??
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jtwine100697 earned 200 total points
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The PSH_NOAPPLYNOW style for the PROPSHEETHEADER structure of the Property Sheet will remove [Apply] for you.  

For [Cancel], I would suggest obtaning the handle to the button and using EnableWindow( hWnd, FALSE ) & ShowWindow( hWnd, SW_HIDE ) to disable and hide the button.

Buttons can be created and placed on the Property Sheet when it is constructed.  Just create the buttons, and, using the existing buttons as a guide, place them on the sheet.

-=- James.
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Create a CPropertySheet class and override the "OnCreate" function. In this function , after call the base class CPropertySheet::OnCreate you can add additional controls.
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