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Form change in CForm

Posted on 2003-12-03
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I have a Visual Studio.NET MFC C++ Projekt
I used CForm as Base class
my questio is... how can i change the form used as child?
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by:dkloeck
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hummm...ok..i try again...

i have a projekt with a CForm Base class, & what i want is change the default dialog of CForm, & change it against my own by pressing a key.
it must be easy.. though
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AndyAinscow earned 30 total points
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Have two CForm based views.  One based on one dialog, one based on the other and show/hide dynamically.

See the Chkbook example - it may give you some hints.
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isn't there just a form to change the child Dialog of the windows/Forms?
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its just..that i have to change between 6 dialogs
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by:Karl Heinz Kremer
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Use stacked dialogs (http://www.codeproject.com/dialog/stackdialog.asp?target=stacked%7Cdialog) embedded in your top level dialog.
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