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Old January 4th, 2007, 05:24 PM
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I have a project in VC++ and I chose to make it a dialog project, I must explain at this stage I'm totally new to VC++. The project I'm creating compiles and loads OK but I have another dialog that needs to be shown (In a sort of wizard style) But if I try to hide the first dialog and show the second I get an error. How do you hide one dialog and show the next, I tried creating a pointer to the dialog and ShowWindow(FALSE), but this doesn't seem to work, what am I doing wrong!!!!

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Post the code that you are using to show and hide the dialogs. That way people here may have a better understanding of your problem.

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