From: Alexander Nickolov (agnickolov_at_mvps.org)
Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2004 11:05:29 -0800
Where exactly did you read me mentioning ANYTHING about
Here's my post again:
If you want to use MFC, why bother with ATL in the first place?
To answer your question, ATL does not provide wrappers
for Windows and Common Controls. You can get the ATLCON
sample that provides atlcontrols.h, or you can start using WTL
(the Windows Template Library). Even then, there is no
wizard support, so you'll need to manually add control members
to your class and manually call their Attach methods within
your WM_INITDIALOG handler...
-- ===================================== Alexander Nickolov Microsoft MVP [VC], MCSD email: email@example.com MVP VC FAQ: http://www.mvps.org/vcfaq ===================================== "Chakkaradeep" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:35B732F5-B9E9-437E-ADC6-99E0DC00D600@microsoft.com... > hi, > > the thing am working in Outlook COM Addins and not working in ActiveX controls..so i asked how to use member variables as we use in MFC....am using a Dialog Box instead of composite control which will be shown when i press a button in Outlook... > > with regards, > chakkaradeep.c.c