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Where can I read on line books (or other documentation) about MFC, SDK, Visual C++, ActiveX?
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As far as I know microsoft does not release any online books. Check it in http://www.msn.com.

There is one good site for checking all the source code..
http://www.codeguru.com/

Sree
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It costs but www.books24x7.com is a great source for on-line manuals.
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The on-line MSDN (Microsoft Developer Network) library is available at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp . This covers pretty much everything you'd ever want to know about what you're asking, although it isn't stunningly easy to navigate.
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by:y2kwacko
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www.informit.com - over 250 programming books online for free....it does requires registration (which is free) though

Enjoy,
Kevin
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