Has anybody tried to implement a wait/status dialog while printing in a sinlge threaded MFC app? I got some code for an object to do this from MSJ, but it doesn't really seem to cut it. So I'm curious to know how you guys would do it. The criteria are:
1) A status bar is displayed showing how much of the job is done.
2) A cancel button is displayed so the user can cancel the print operation at any time.(Even while spooling to the printer.)
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This is to be the first in a series of articles demonstrating the development of a complete windows based application using the MFC classes. I’ll try to keep each article focused on one (or a couple) of the tasks that one may meet.
Dialogs (1) modal - maintaining the database.
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