Working with a Header Control

The easy way to use a header control (CHeaderCtrl) is in conjunction with a list control; see Using CListCtrl later in this topic family. You can also use a header control by itself. MFC calls InitCommonControls for you. The key tasks are as follows:

If the header control object is embedded in a parent view or dialog class, the control is destroyed when the parent is destroyed.

See also

Using CHeaderCtrl