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Create MFC project that look like "MSDN Library"

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Hello
i want create aplication, that look like "MSDN Library" application
I want get menu, and 2 panel - left with submenu and right with content
Please help.
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Question by:d224
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by:migel
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Hi!
MSDN`s left pane isn`t  menu - it is a tree
To develop such layout you have to use CSplitterWnd and define two panes:
 one for tab/tree
second for content view.
There is wizard choose to use splitter window (see MSDN for details)
or you can manually create splitter window in the your frame.
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Create SDI application using MFC application Wizard and select Explorer Style on step 5 of the Wizard. On step 6 select the class which fits your needs for right view. Left view is hard-coded - CTreeView, this can be changed later if necessary.
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