How To Split Scrolling Using Two Windows

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SUMMARY

Create a window that has the following characteristics:

  • a parent window that is a tiled window with both horizontal and vertical scroll bars.
  • a child window that is a title, one line long, across the top of the parent window, and is stationary (that is, it does not scroll off the screen when the tiled window is scrolled vertically).
Create two child windows:

  • the first child window should be one line.
  • the second child window should be the rest of the client area.
Then, perform all of the scrolling in the second child window.

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Article ID: 19736 - Last Review: August 23, 2013 - Revision: 1.2
APPLIES TO
  • Microsoft Windows Software Development Kit 3.1
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