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WTL, MDI and Toolbars

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Using the Windows Template Library wizard, I get a a CommandBar and a ToolBar for an MDI application. The CommandBar changes automatically depending on which MDI Child has the focus. How do I get the toolbar to do the same? e.g. if I create multiple toolbars, where should I be placing code to switch between the different toolbars? or I can use a single toolbar and automatically hide/show buttons ?

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Roshan Davis earned 100 total points
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For that u should map the Toolbar IDs with View or childframe.

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can you explain a bit more.

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