Alerts the object that it needs to resize its border space.
| LPCRECT prcBorder,
||//New outer rectangle for border space
| IOleInPlaceUIWindow pUIWindow,
||//Frame or document window border change
| BOOL fFrameWindow
||//Frame window object is or isn't calling ResizeBorder
[in] Points to a RECT
structure containing the new outer rectangle within which the object can
request border space for its tools.
[in] Points to the frame or document window object whose border has changed.
[in] Specifies TRUE if the frame window object is calling ResizeBorder
; otherwise, FALSE.
The method alerted the object successfully.
One or more arguments are invalid.
Out of memory.
An unexpected error occurred.
Notes to Callers
IOleInPlaceActiveObject::ResizeBorder is called by the top-level container's document or frame window object when
the border space allocated to the object should change. Because the active
in-place object is not informed about which window has changed (the frame- or
document-level window), IOleInPlaceActiveObject::ResizeBorder
must be passed the pointer to the window's IOleInPlaceUIWindow
Notes to Implementors
In most cases, resizing only requires that you grow, shrink, or scale your
ojbect's frame adornments. However, for more complicated adornments, you may be
required to renegotiate for border space with calls to IOleInPlaceUIWindow::RequestBorderSpace
While executing IOleInPlaceActiveObject::ResizeBorder
, do not make calls to the Windows PeekMessage
functions, or a dialog box. Doing so may cause the system to deadlock. There
are further restrictions on which OLE interface mehtods and functions can be
called from within ResizeBorder
PeekMessage, GetMessage in Win32
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