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Default Can't find UPDATE_COMMAND_UI

I've build a VC++2005 application and added event handlers for by dialog box items. Now I want to add user interface update handlers for each item but when I right click on a dialog box item and choose "add event handler...", I am not seeing the "UPDATE_COMMAND_UI" Message type. I'm only seeing "BN_CLICKED", "BN_DOUBLECLICKED", etc. How do I get the "UPDATE_COMMAND_UI" message type?

Thanks for any help for this beginner. :) Dave





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