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Where to receive WM_HSCROLL mesages

I have a Windows application that has a usercontrol containing a

In the overloaded WinProc it has a
under m.Msg
and another under WM_NOTIFY

Does WM_HSCROLL work the same in both places?

What about the richtextbox EN_HSCROLL. Is that just a duplication of one or
both the above?

The help does not say much about this.
Thanks in advance for any info
Jul 21 '05 #1
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I think I figured it out. Please see below and let me know if I'm wrong.
I have a Windows application that has a usercontrol containing a

In the overloaded WinProc it has a
under m.Msg From the usercontrol itself
and another under WM_NOTIFY From controls on the usercontrol (in this case the richtextbox)

Does WM_HSCROLL work the same in both places? No

What about the richtextbox EN_HSCROLL. Is that just a duplication of one
or both the above?

No, From the richtextbox

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