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How to Set a Title of CChildFrame window dynamically

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hi ,

Greetings!
I want to set Title of childFrame window dynamically.

Anybody help me ?

Regards,
Ramana
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BOOL CChildFrame::PreCreateWindow(CREATESTRUCT& cs)
{
    cs.style &= ~FWS_ADDTOTITLE;

    if( !CMDIChildWnd::PreCreateWindow(cs) )
        return FALSE;

    return TRUE;
}

Now you can set window title using SetWindowText in any place of the program.
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by:sureka
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hi Alex,

Thanks for reply,

I want to Set the Title of ChildFrame window, when one dialog button is clicked.
Please write sample code stuff.

Regards,
Sureka
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by:Nass89
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Hi,

CDocument::SetTitle

SetTitle(_T(strNewTitle)) changes the title of  an MDI child.

If you want to change the title from a dialog. Define a member variable for CDocument class as m_Title and change it in dialog and use SetTitle in Document to change the title.

Good Luck!
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