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How do I make a window you can type in (and can i add buttons in it too?)

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I really wanna know how to make a window that a user can type in (i don't need speshul fonts or anything..  it's just a prog that builds HTML). Also, how can I add buttons and things inside a window?
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Dan
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What tool u are using ? I recommend Visual C++ , Run application wizzard and choose eirther Single Document or Multiple Document, press "Next" button 5 times will bring u to step 6

Click on the last item - CxxxView (xxx is your program name), select the Base Class drop down box and choose CEditView or CRichEditView - then "Finish" u will have a text editor, start the button later on step by step - send feedback to me later for more specific problem
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