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All programs in an interface

I want to put all my programs in a single windows program where
similar programs share the same menu. I wonder I can I do you. Are the
geniuses over there able to help me out? Thank you.

Jun 17 '07 #1
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Umesh wrote:
I want to put all my programs in a single windows program where
similar programs share the same menu. I wonder I can I do you. Are the
geniuses over there able to help me out? Thank you.
You can design the menu with a resource editor, then open
a window, add the menu to the window, and display it.

What is the problem?

To generate an already running window with empty menu
ready to be modified use lcc-win32.

http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~lcc-win32
Jun 17 '07 #2
jacob navia wrote:
Umesh wrote:
>I want to put all my programs in a single windows program where
similar programs share the same menu. I wonder I can I do you.
Are the geniuses over there able to help me out? Thank you.

You can design the menu with a resource editor, then open
a window, add the menu to the window, and display it.
I can't find menu, resource editor, window in N869. Please give
references about where these are defined in N869. (section number
will do nicely). So far your reply appears to be totally off-topic
in c.l.c. (as is the original query).

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