Dynamic Dialog Boxes (MSJ)

This was my first article for Microsoft Systems Journal (MSJ), back in March of 1994. The full text of the article is not available online at MSJ, but that's okay because I am not sure if anybody would be interested in reading it today since most of it (even though probably still applicable) was made redundant with the introduction of Property Sheets in Windows 95 (or “Chicago” as it was code-named at the time). Following is the abstract of the article that appeared on the front-page originally:

“Dynamic Dialog Boxes contain controls determined at development time that may change at run time if the need for them arises. Atif Aziz examines a number of methods for implementing these dialogs for both Windows 3.1 and Win32®.”

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