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I am trying to create graphical user interface using Visual C++ 5.0. Can anyone guide me the right procedures?
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by:ramrocket
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What kind of GUI?
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Your question is wide open YL, there are as many types of GUI
as there are programmers who write them...  I'll go out on a
limb and bet that you want to make a dialog based GUI - thats
an excellent choice for a first pass at an application.

Click File -> New.  Click on the "projects" tab.  Then click
on "MFC application" and type the applications name in the edit
box provided, (ie FOO).  Then click on next or ok (cant remember
what the button is).  Select a "dialog based application" and
OK/NEXT your way through the wizard...

Once the wizard is done you have a GUI -- all it has at this
point though is a OK button and a CANCEL button but its still
a GUI :)  What you do next is click on msvc's "resource tab",
its the one with a picture of a cactus...  Click on the "dialog"
folder so you see your "IDD_FOO_DIALOG" choice and doubleclick
on that.  It should pop your dialog box...

Stretch it out, add buttons, listboxes, sliders, etc -- whatever
your app will need.  You can play with it by clicking on the
little "lightswitch" in the lower left hand corner... You assign
text and other behaviours to your controls that need them by right-clicking the control and dragging it down to "properties" and plugging in what you want.

When you've got the controls placed you simply right-click in the
dialog and drag it down to "classwizard".  Doubleclick your way
through all the messages that you want to handle -- InitDialog
is a must ;)...

Voila!  You have an application - just fill in the required code.
fields.
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