PropSheet_InsertPage macro

Inserts a new page into an existing property sheet. The page can be inserted either at a specified index or after a specified page. You can use this macro or send the PSM_INSERTPAGE message explicitly.

Syntax


BOOL PropSheet_InsertPage(
  HWND hPropSheetDlg,
  HWND wParam,
  HWND hpage
);

Parameters

hPropSheetDlg

Type: HWND

Handle to the property sheet.

wParam

Type: HWND

Where the page is to be inserted. Set wParam to NULL to make the new page the first page. To specify where the new page is to be inserted, you can either pass an index or an existing page's HPROPSHEETPAGE handle.

ValueMeaning
index

If wParam is less than MAXUSHORT (the largest unsigned short integer), it specifies the zero-based index for the new page. For example, to make the inserted page the third page on the property sheet, set index to 2. To make it the first page, set index to 0. If index has a value greater than the number of pages and less than MAXUSHORT, the page will be appended.

hpageInsertAfter

If you set wParam to an existing page's HPROPSHEETPAGE handle, the new page will be inserted after it.

 

hpage

Type: HWND

Handle to the page to be inserted. The page must first be created by a call to the CreatePropertySheetPage function.

Return value

Returns a nonzero value if the page was successfully inserted, or zero otherwise.

Remarks

The pages after the insertion point are shifted to the right to accommodate the new page.

The property sheet is not resized to fit the new page. Do not make the new page larger than the property sheet's largest page.

A number of messages and one function call occur while the property sheet is manipulating the list of pages. While this action is taking place, attempting to modify the list of pages will have unpredictable results. Accordingly, you should not use the PropSheet_InsertPage macro in your implementation of PropSheetPageProc or while handling the following notifications and Windows messages.

If you need to modify a property sheet page while you are handling one of these messages or while PropSheetPageProc is in operation, post yourself a private Windows message. Your application will not receive that message until after the property sheet manager has finished its tasks. Then you can modify the list of pages.

The following notifications are also affected by property sheet modification.

You can add or remove pages in response to these notifications, provided that you return (via DWL_MSGRESULT) a nonzero value to specify the desired new page. Note, however, that if you insert a page that is located before the current page (that has a smaller index than the current page), PSN_KILLACTIVE might be sent to the wrong page.

Note  This macro is not supported when using the Aero wizard style (PSH_AEROWIZARD).

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]

Header

Prsht.h

 

 

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