How to tell the release of MFC

I'm putting some code into my program that is very sensitive to the current release of MFC that I'm using (4.1).  I want to make sure it triggers a complie error if it is ever compiled with a different release.  Is there an supplied #define or other technique I can use?
hansenkAsked:
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chensuCommented:
_MFC_VER defines the MFC version and _MSC_VER defines the compiler version.
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chensuCommented:
Check out afxver_.h for the value of _MFC_VER.
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hansenkAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the followup comment and the quick response.  The pointer to afxver_.h was a big help.
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