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BOOK: Ivor Horton's Beginning Visual C++ 2005
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Default A liitle question

in thye end of the book the writerr try to use the MFC classes .
but the is no covverage on the Framework platform.
for Example some where in chapter 14 there is an API(setView...Ex())
But what about framework?
is there any function to change the era of teh client zone of a window.
This was my quesion ?
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