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Remove menu in SDI.

Posted on 2002-07-27
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Hi,

When I create SDI project using Project wizard,

a Menu is created automatically.

So If I compile the code, A Menu always appeares.

But I don't want a menu.

So I remove menu in resource.

Then A program doesn't start.

How can I remove menu???
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Hi,

Leave the menu in resource for now. Go to OnCreate(...) function in MainFrm.cpp. Just before returning form that function, put the following line of code.

SetMenu(NULL);

That should give u the menu less SDI window.

Try it out.
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I'm almost sure this is not the best way to do it, but unless you find another solution, try the following:

In your PreCreateWindow function add this line:
     cs.hMenu = NULL;

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