How to make MS Word Like Features in MFC application ?

Posted on 2005-05-11
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
hi experts,

I want to do similar like MS Word in  MFC. how Can i start ?
Actually what i want to do is like that .....

1. in  Edit Control Box User Write something(Multipule Line ). if he Select the portion of the text or wholw text , i want  give user following Option like
                      1.1 Change Color
                      1.2 Alligement
                      1.3 Change Font
                      1.4 Style of font
All like MS Word facilites.............
How can i do this MFC dialogbased Application.........

I need the Code........
Please help me ...........
Question by:bharat_mane
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    Have a look to this project:

    It is what you want, just have to add some buttons...

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