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    resize property sheet/page dialogs

    any easy way to resize property sheet/page dialogs automatically or semi automatically?. have tried too many stuff, but none were fruitful. I need fresh ideas.

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    Re: resize property sheet/page dialogs

    Automatically, based on what?

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    Re: resize property sheet/page dialogs

    Are you using the MFC PropertySheet and PropertyPage classes or straight Win32?

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    Re: resize property sheet/page dialogs

    it is MFC and I like to be able to expand or shrink the pages using mouse by selecting the lower right corner ... or however else possible...

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    Re: resize property sheet/page dialogs

    yes, I skipped the step#2, it did not gave me exactly what I wanted but it was one way to do it. I did not get the corner module to drag the GUI wider or shrink it. I may go back to it. I tried to search online to find an app that could use this approach in better and nice way but not much lucky and I was stuck with my limited use of it in my app. I had to depend on MoveWindow(...) to call the onsize(...) to make the expansion. Like call the MoveWindow from the OnActive handler. Maybe it is my lack of MFC expertise. I just re-started doing things in MFC. I need a good example that uses the approach in the link.

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