And there you have it, a simple introduction to programming in a Win32 environment with Microsoft Visual C++ and MFC. Take a look at the links below for more sites with info on MFC. The best way to learn something is to fiddle around with it for hours until you understand the concepts and your source code compiles successfully.
In the next article, we will talk about menus, accelerator keys and hot keys. Until then, purchase a book from those shown below and up study hard!
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