In part one of this series, Mitch described how to create a simple MFC based application skeleton. In this article, he builds on part one, and adds a menu to the applications main window. He also talks about accelerator keys.
In part one of this series, I showed you how to create a simple MFC based application skeleton. It had no dialog boxes, no buttons, nothing but one plain window. In this article, I will build on that article and add a menu to our applications main window. I will also talk about accelerator keys.