When we have some GDI object created when the programming was running, and
the window is now beeing closed, is this function a good place to deselect
from the DC and destroy them?
Does the window still exist when this function is called?
I called GetSafeHWnd() in a CDialog class and GetDC() before and after the
and they always return valid handles.
"The framework calls this member function to inform the CWnd object that it
is being destroyed. OnDestroy is called after the CWnd object is removed
from the screen. "
What do they mean by beei...Cannot Disable Security Warning Message
I am broadcasting a member email from a local database.
When the email is sent, the security feature in Outlook
2002 forces me to respond to the following message for
each email (which is time consuming).
"A program is tring to automatically send email on your
behalf. Do you want to allow this."
Is there a way to disable this security feature?
http://188.8.131.52/outlook/esecup.htm#autosec has information on this
"Kathie Itter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
news:04eb01c356e1$fc475730$a...Warning message on "number of data points"
I am plotting 24 hour rolling data that gets updated every minute. Data
comes from an Excel Query data base and is graphed in four different charts
(separate worksheets). Refresh is enabled when opening file but before the
actual charts update a warning message comes on several times, which says:
"The maximum number of data points you can use in a data series for a 2-D
chart is 32,000. If you want to use more than 32,000 data points, you must
create two or more series" I don't really know what all this exactly means
and what "two or more series" it is talkin...I have no idea what's causing this security warning.
I am using Outlook XP 2002 SP3. I just installed this recently and I
finally got around to puttin in contacts. As soon as I add a contact,
I get this error message repeatedly: 'A program is trying to access
e-mail addresses you have stored in Outlook. Do you want to allow
this? If this is unexpected, it may be a virus and you should choose
"No".' I have no idea what other program could be accessing the
contacts. If I select "yes" or "no" then Outlook gives me the same
message again a few seconds later.
It gives it to me continuously, no matter what ...Question about OnDestroy()...
I have created an image list for icons to be later used in a CListCtrl and
HIMAGELIST hList = ImageList_Create(32, 32, ILC_COLORDDB | ILC_MASK, 0, 1);
ASSERT(hList != NULL);
in the OnDestroy for the dialog I do my additional cleanup work. My question
is do I have to use:
method or both? What are the differences in the two (not clear)?
Along the same lines, I have created some bitmaps for custom button controls
CBitmap m_hBrowseBmp; // declared in header file.
/...irritating warning for negative data on log charts
I know perfectly well that I can't plot negative values on a log chart. That
doesn't mean that my data doesn't have negative numbers in it. Is there any
way that anybody knows to disable this irritating message? My productivity
drops 100% because every time I scroll around in a sheet that happens to have
a negative number on a log chart somewhere, this irritating dialog pops up.
I don't want to have to build my own log charts that ignore negative numbers
(I could, but what's the point of a built-in log chart if you can't use it).
I don't want to have to w...WARNING: Opinion
I read several Excel blogs, though hardly ever post in them (with one
big exception). This is purely an opinion piece on my reaction to
other people's reactions to Excel 2007 and the upcoming Excel 2010.
-- Grudging recognition of what Microsoft has done right on its own
Excel 97 and VBA 5.x - Microsoft killed off Lotus 123 with this
version 12 years ago, deservedly.
Excel 2000's support for OLAP cubes and pivot table improvements.
Excel 2003 lists which improved into Excel 2007 tables.
-- Improvements Microsoft was dragged kicking & screaming to make --
Excel 200...User don't get storage limit warnings
We use Exchange 2003 and Outlook 2000 and 2003. I have notice that none us
ever get storage limit alerts, even though they are all set to get these.
Look at the properties of your mailbox store object in ESM. On the Limits
tab, check the warning message interval schedule. Is it scheduled to run?
"SW" <SW@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> We use Exchange 2003 and Outlook 2000 and 2003. I have notice that none
> ever get storage limit alerts, e...OnDestroy or PostNcDestroy warning
I have quick question if that warning is something to worry about:
Warning: calling DestroyWindow in CWnd::~CWnd; OnDestroy or PostNcDestroy in
derived class will not be called.
On Fri, 20 May 2005 12:37:54 -0400, zorman wrote:
> I have quick question if that warning is something to worry about:
> Warning: calling DestroyWindow in CWnd::~CWnd; OnDestroy or PostNcDestroy in
> derived class will not be called.
It indicates you have a window whose C++ object is being destroyed while
the attached HWND is still alive, and CWnd's dest...Excel warns that the file has changed when it hasn't
I have a rather large Excel file, with 15 sheets. I am finding that if I
open and then try to immediately close it, Excel warns "Do you want to
save the changes you made to ..", even though I haven't changed a thing
(or even typed anywhere in the file). What's going on? This is using
Office XP, with SP3 installed.
Do you have any of these volatile functions in your workbook?
These evaluate with each calculation. And cause excel to think your workbook
ha...how to disable warning box warning against MS Word trying to send an email
I use email in my office frequently. I'd like to disable the Outlook
that cautions a "program is trying to send an email." I use Windows XP
and Word 2000. I know I saw a message when using a later version that
offered to disable or otherwise alter the warning. Suggestions will be
there is an Add on or call it programm which is clicking the OK
automatically. Please look here
Ich habe nichts gemacht, gestern gings noch!
Bitte in den Newsgroup antworten damit jeder etw...Clean-up in OnDestroy
In my dialog based MFC application I put all clean-up code into OnClose ().
Recently I noticed that calling EndDialog () closes the application but
without executing OnClose (). So I move my clean-up code into OnDestroy ().
May this cause any validity problems?
Thanks in advance
What are you cleaning up?
If the cleanup does not require access to the controls then you should put
the cleanup code in the destructor.
"K�r�at" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> In my dialog based MFC application I p...Addressbook warnings
I have looked for a way to resolve this warning and haven't really
found what I am looking for:
Event Type: Warning
Event Source: MSExchangeIS Public Store
Event Category: Access Control
Event ID: 1235
Time: 3:09:48 PM
firstname.lastname@example.org failed an operation on folder on database "First
Storage Group\Public Folder Store (EXCHANGER)" because the user did not
have the following access rights:
'Delete' 'Read Property' 'Write Property' 'Create Message' 'View Item'
'Create Subfolder...QUESTION about LINK : warning ?
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
I build an ISAPI Filter using Extension Wizard ,when I Build a release =
version of the filter the following warning appeared:
LINK : warning LNK4089: all references to 'OLEAUT32.dll' discarded by =
why this warning generated? and what it is mean?
Content-Transfer-...Security Warning Data connections have been disabled
Every time I bring up my spread sheet I get this waring at the top of
the page. There is an options button with two options:
1. Help protect me from unknown content (recommended)
2. Enable this content.
It doesn't seem to matter which option I select...it keeps coming
How do I keep that from happening?
This means that the workbook you're opening has macros. And since some people
can write macros that do bad things, excel is asking you to decide what should
If you developed these workbooks and they shouldn't have macros, then you can
use the techniques at Debra ...Why doesn't the 2003 outlook warn you of full mailbox anymore??
the new outlook is not better. It does not warn you of a full mailbox like
the old one. the Thesaurus does not replace like it used too, just too darn
complicated without the easy stuff!
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When I send/receive e-mail in outlook I get the following message.
"The server you are connected to is using a security certificate that could
not be verified.
A certificate chain processed, but terminated in a root certificate which
is not trusted by the trust provider.
Do you want to continue using this server?"
It's no problem really but an annoyance, is there anything I can do to stop
...PostNcDestroy delete this; ?
So, modeless dialog boxes are recommended to call PostNcDestroy for clean
I see how this is a way to let the object clean itself up, but I see
m_pDialog = new CModelessDlg;
// clean up
I think my way works, and is better, because, if you use the PostNcDestroy
cleanup, what happens if the above call fails in Create ? The object has
been allocated using new, but window has not beeen created, and so
PostNcDestroy won't be called.
I can put in my DestroyWindow of the window creating the modeless dialog:
CTheCreating...Warning a user?
I would like to warn a user that data input for certain cells must be
entered on another sheet. Example:
If the user tries to enter data I would like a box to come up and say "Data
must be entered on Sheet1"
Can someone tell me how this can be done.
Thanks in advance.
Yes, but you would need to use VBA. Why not:
- open your second sheet
- navigate to the cell where you want value copied;
- press '='
- click on the cell in the workbook where the user enters the value
- press [Enter].
Now when the value changes, the second sheet will update without the user
n...WM_ENDSESSION OnClose OnDestroy...
According to MS when WM_ENDSESSION is called WM_DESTROY an onClose are no
Does anybody know the reason why?
Doesn't it make the whole call WM_DESTROY a bit useless?
I have some list ctrls that need to free some memory before the window is
destroyed where should I put the clean-up to ensure that it is called both
when the user close the dialog or it is closed when the user logs off?
"David Lowndes" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> >According to MS when WM_ENDSESSION is ca...[Beta] ESENT warning event
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
ZWQsIGJ1dCB0b29rIGFuIGFib...Completed With Warnings
I have a couple of worksheets with status "Completed With Warnings" for only
one of many stores. How do I figure out what the warning is and how to
correct it? I can only see history for a few days in the stores HQ Client
Log, and these worksheets were a few weeks ago.
depending on the worksheet type, for example u might get a warning if using
worksheet 250 for an item that was not found in the store database
u can check the log in the store in hq, the history remains in hQ until u
delete it, and remains in the store unless u delete the hq client log file.
"Jason"...Windows Live shuts down (No warning)
Recently and I mean within the last 2 days I noticed that when I start my
Windows Live and I click on one of my 3 email accounts it closes... not
warning just brings me back to the Desktop. Happens more often when I select
1 certain hotmail account (I have 2 added to Windows Live). It takes about
3-4 tries of restarting Live to get it to work. Of course if I deleted any
emails from my other 2 accounts they reappear as if I didn't remove anything.
Its very strange.
So I tried to see if there was an update, but since I don't have IE as my
default browser MS was giving m...Warning screen
Hello everybody, I've tried the flashing formulas and they worked but
the problem is that they make the sheet to slow to work with:(.
Now I want to try to make a warning pop up screen which warns when
something is filled in, in one or more of the following cells: B17,
B33, B42 and B54, after pushing a finish button.
(The cells mentioned above already automaticly change into an empty
cell when a related cell is filled in and normally warn that something
is not filled in)
How can I do this? :confused: :confused: Thank in advance for the
scripts written for older versions (especially X) may not work unchanged
with 2008. I recommend using Script Editor to save all of your scripts
as plain text files before even installing Office 2008!
Apparently even if older versions are still on your hard drive 2008
takes precedence in such a way that Script Editor is no longer able to
decompile script files using old terminology into readable code.