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SetupHookProc callback function

An application-defined or library-defined callback function used with the PrintDlg function. The hook procedure receives messages or notifications intended for the default dialog box procedure of the Print Setup dialog box.

The LPSETUPHOOKPROC type defines a pointer to this callback function. SetupHookProc is a placeholder for the application-defined or library-defined function name.

Syntax


UINT_PTR CALLBACK SetupHookProc(
  _In_  HWND hdlg,
  _In_  UINT uiMsg,
  _In_  WPARAM wParam,
  _In_  LPARAM lParam
);

Parameters

hdlg [in]

A handle to the Print Setup dialog box for which the message is intended.

uiMsg [in]

The identifier of the message being received.

wParam [in]

Additional information about the message. The exact meaning depends on the value of the uiMsg parameter.

lParam [in]

Additional information about the message. The exact meaning depends on the value of the uiMsg parameter.

Return value

If the hook procedure returns zero, the default dialog box procedure processes the message.

If the hook procedure returns a nonzero value, the default dialog box procedure ignores the message.

Remarks

The Print Setup dialog box has been superseded by the Page Setup dialog box, which should be used by new applications. However, for compatibility, the PrintDlg function continues to support display of the Print Setup dialog box. You can provide a SetupHookProc hook procedure for the Print Setup dialog box to process messages or notifications intended for the dialog box procedure.

To enable the hook procedure, use the PRINTDLG structure that you passed to the dialog creation function. Specify the address of the hook procedure in the lpfnSetupHook member and specify the PD_ENABLESETUPHOOK flag in the Flags member.

The default dialog box procedure processes the WM_INITDIALOG message before passing it to the hook procedure. For all other messages, the hook procedure receives the message first. Then, the return value of the hook procedure determines whether the default dialog procedure processes the message or ignores it.

If the hook procedure processes the WM_CTLCOLORDLG message, it must return a valid brush handle to painting the background of the dialog box. In general, if the hook procedure processes any WM_CTLCOLOR* message, it must return a valid brush handle to painting the background of the specified control.

Do not call the EndDialog function from the hook procedure. Instead, the hook procedure can call the PostMessage function to post a WM_COMMAND message with the IDABORT value to the dialog box procedure. Posting IDABORT closes the dialog box and causes the dialog box function to return FALSE. If you need to know why the hook procedure closed the dialog box, you must provide your own communication mechanism between the hook procedure and your application.

You can subclass the standard controls of a common dialog box. However, the dialog box procedure may also subclass the controls. Because of this, you should subclass controls when your hook procedure processes the WM_INITDIALOG message. This ensures that your subclass procedure receives the control-specific messages before the subclass procedure set by the dialog box procedure.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]

Header

Commdlg.h (include Windows.h)

See also

Reference
EndDialog
PrintDlg
PRINTDLG
PostMessage
WM_INITDIALOG
WM_CTLCOLORDLG
Conceptual
Common Dialog Box Library

 

 

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