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    Re: WM_CUT & WM_PASTE Messages in Dialog Box

    To VictorN

    I was trying to find a way "to avoid" writing too much and messing with the code for something that might be simple.

    To ovidiocucu

    I agree. It's better to map messages (a VictorN...
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    Re: WM_CUT & WM_PASTE Messages in Dialog Box

    Many thanks for your reply,

    I understand that I have to create a CEdit class for each one of the edit controls? Is that right?
    Isn't there any way to avoid this?
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    WM_CUT & WM_PASTE Messages in Dialog Box

    Hi all,

    I have a CDialog derived class that contains a number of Edit controls. Dialog is modal.
    I want to capture the WM_CUT, WM_CLEAR, WM_PASTE Messages to anyone of the edit controls and...
  4. Re: Access Denied when saving file in NT server

    Coffee Zombie / Jeffrey

    Many thanks for your replies.

    I had worked out the problem in a way much similar to Coffee Zombie Code.
    The key is to use MFC to replace the file and not KERNEL.

    I...
  5. Reminder

    Anybody of any kind of help?

    Definition of _WIN32_WINNT and WINVER macros (MSDN) didn't help.
  6. User has full access to the whole directory. ...

    User has full access to the whole directory. User is allowed to manually delete/rename the file.

    Note that:

    I've halted the code just prior to the execution of "ReplaceFile" function. Next,...
  7. Access Denied when saving file in NT server

    Hi,

    my application is SDI and uses MFC architecture.

    When it runs from my computer (XP Pro) works fine and saves the files in the server (Windows 2003).

    When it runs from other computers...
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