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Do you know the toolbar of microsoft visual C++, all the toolbars has double gripper, what is the control or style to create these double grippers ?

Note: trying to when checking the "Internet Explorer Rebars", in MFC application wizard you got one gripper for the toolbars and not a double gripper !

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This is part of the rebar control. Each tool bar is actually a child of a rebar window.

To quickly see the code for this in action: create a new mfc project and in step 4 of the project wizard under "how do you want the toolbars to look" check "Internet Explorer Rebars".

A CReBar class is added to CMainFrame to handle this.
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