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Using MSFlexGrid in VC++ 7.0

I am new to VC++ 7.0.
I want to use MSFlexGrid in my dialog based MFC project in VC++ 7.0 (in VS
I added the MSFlexGrid control into my resource editor toolbox and I dragged
and dropped that control onto my dialog.
when I tried to assign a variable from my dialog class to this MSFlexGrid
control, it created a class with .h and .cpp files. The new class is
derived from CWnd. I am trying to change it to derive from CMSFlexGrid.
But I am getting error that "CMSFlexGrid is undeclared".

If I am doing any thing wrong please suggest me the right way.

Please help me in this.

Nov 16 '05 #1
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This control is getting imported from VB. So all the properties have
been made private in c++ and corresponding get/put methods have been
imlemented in the class that is getting generated automatically when
you try adding a variable to the flex grid control.

ex: to set the current row programatically to 1, in VB, the method used

-Object-.row = 1

while the same in c++ can be implemented using the following method.


this method will be available in the .cpp file that is getting

Hope this would clear your doubt...

You'll have to explore the cpp file to understand the mapping between
VB and c++ implementations of the methods.

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