Show/Hide splitter window pane

Posted on 2006-06-05
Last Modified: 2013-11-20
     I want to hide/show a pane row=0, col=0 of my splitter window.
     I have tried with getpane() -> showwindow(SW_HIDE); and then recalculated the layout, but it haven't worked.
     Then i tried to set the size of the pane to 0,it worked but the pane separator line still hangs on.
     Can some one help me out?. I want just a simple show/hide functionality.

Question by:ramesh_hyd_ap
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    Have a look at this :

    A static splitter with the ability to hide/show multiple columns/rows

    Show/Hide Static Panes

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    Author Comment

    Thanks Mahesh, you made my day. The code project solution was working fine for me.

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    :) Welcome
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