mfc >> Creating Multiple Splitter Views in a Single Document MFC project

by ssylee » Thu, 19 Mar 2009 06:22:56 GMT

I have created a new MFC project, with the application type being
"single document" type. While I have been able to create 4 views as
well as 2 views with ease, I have had a lot of trouble creating
splitters for 3 views. Is there any easy way of creating 3 views in
this type of MFC project? Thanks.

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