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Using VC++ with MFC

Using VC++ with MFC

Using VC++ with MFC

does anyone have the tutorial on how to use the MFC in VC++ to create an application like notepad.
I have able to create the interface using wizards, but its not working because there is something that i haven't specified explicitly. Does anyone can help me creating a notepad using the VC++?

RE: Using VC++ with MFC

 I have found the following 2 websites to be a great help in learning the MFC concepts:



I have been working with C WinAPI for the longest time and never touched VC++ MFC because I kept hearing how "hard" it was to learn - as it turns out - MFC seems to be a lot less work and I am having no problems understanding it after using C WinAPI for so long!

Rob Marriott

Hire me! Full-time, contract, whatever...shhh don't let my current employer know I said that.

RE: Using VC++ with MFC

When u create yr application thru app wizard, I guess u have an option to set the base class for the view to be CEditView. This way, you will be able to create a basic editor.
You can now add funtionalities to all menu options.

Hope this helps!


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