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I've Been Creating C++ Console Applications For Many Months Now, But Now I've Want To Learn How To Create A Win32 Applications And What Are The Steps To Create It?
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Do you mean by "Win32 Application" application without console window ?

In Visual Studio when you chose File->New->Project, there are Project Types tree view on the left side of dialog.  Chose win32 and on the right side you have two option:
Win32 Console Application
Win32 Project

First one is win32 application with console window. It has main entry point named standardly (by C/C++)
"main(...)"
Second one has main entry point named: "WinMain(...)".

I hope this helps.
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