Dialog Box Classes
CDialog and its derived classes encapsulate dialog-box functionality. Since a dialog box is a special kind of window,
CDialog is derived from
CWnd. Derive your dialog classes from
CDialog or use one of the common dialog classes for standard dialog boxes, such as opening or saving a file, printing, selecting a font or color, initiating a search-and-replace operation, or performing various OLE-related operations.
The base class for all dialog boxes, both modal and modeless.
Supplies data exchange and validation information for dialog boxes.
These dialog box classes encapsulate the Windows common dialog boxes. They provide easy-to-use implementations of complicated dialog boxes.
Base class for all common dialog boxes.
Provides a standard dialog box for opening or saving a file.
Provides a standard dialog box for selecting a color.
Provides a standard dialog box for selecting a font.
Provides a standard dialog box for a search-and-replace operation.
Provides a standard dialog box for printing a file.
Provides a Windows Print property sheet.
Encapsulates the services provided by the Windows common Page Setup dialog box with additional support for setting and modifying print margins.
OLE Common Dialogs
OLE adds several common dialog boxes to Windows. These classes encapsulate the OLE common dialog boxes.
Used by the framework to contain common implementations for all OLE dialog boxes. All dialog box classes in the user-interface category are derived from this base class.
COleDialog cannot be used directly.
Displays the Insert Object dialog box, the standard user interface for inserting new OLE linked or embedded items.
Displays the Paste Special dialog box, the standard user interface for implementing the Edit Paste Special command.
Displays the Edit Links dialog box, the standard user interface for modifying information about linked items.
Displays the Change Icon dialog box, the standard user interface for changing the icon associated with an OLE embedded or linked item.
Displays the Convert dialog box, the standard user interface for converting OLE items from one type to another.
Encapsulates the Windows common OLE Properties dialog box. Common OLE Properties dialog boxes provide an easy way to display and modify the properties of an OLE document item in a manner consistent with Windows standards.
Displays the Update dialog box, the standard user interface for updating all links in a document. The dialog box contains a progress indicator to indicate how close the update procedure is to completion.
Displays the Change Source dialog box, the standard user interface for changing the destination or source of a link.
Displays the Server Busy and Server Not Responding dialog boxes, the standard user interface for handling calls to busy applications. Usually displayed automatically by the COleMessageFilter implementation.
Property Sheet Classes
The property sheet classes allow your applications to use property sheets, also known as tabbed dialogs. Property sheets are an efficient way to organize a large number of controls in a single dialog box.
Provides the individual pages within a property sheet. Derive a class from
CPropertyPage for each page to be added to your property sheet.
Provides the frame for multiple property pages. Derive your property sheet class from
CPropertySheet to implement your property sheets quickly.
Displays the properties of an OLE control in a graphical interface, similar to a dialog box.
HTML-based Dialog Classes
Used to create dialog boxes that implement their user interface with HTML rather than dialog resources.
Displays multiple HTML pages sequentially and handles the events from each page.
These classes are not dialog boxes per se, but they use dialog box templates and have much of the behavior of dialog boxes.
A control bar that is based on a dialog box template.
A scroll view whose layout is defined in a dialog box template. Derive a class from
CFormView to implement a user interface based on a dialog box template.
Provides a form view directly connected to a Data Access Object (DAO) recordset object. Like all form views, a
CDaoRecordView is based on a dialog box template.
Provides a form view directly connected to an Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) recordset object. Like all form views, a
CRecordView is based on a dialog box template.