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Just wondering which one of you gurus would no what the message name (like WM_CREATE, WM_DESTROY, etc) is when a window is resized. I know that one exists, but I am away from my documentation for a while and could use this information. Also, how can I find out the width and length of my window (After it has been resized). Thanks for all your help! Eyez

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I believe you''re looking for the WM_SIZE message when a window''s size changes. When your window receives this message, the width is the low-order word of the lParam and height is the high-order.

Herb M. (mdfmKoRn)

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