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MS VC++ 2010 express, form application

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Hello experts!

I would like to create application with windows form, buttons, images and so on.

How can I do it in MS VC++ 2010 express edition?

Thank you

panJames
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Visual C++ express does not have support for MFC (Microsoft's UI framework for C++), so your easiest route would be to use C# if you want to build a user interface.  You can learn about C# for UI design at http://csharp.net-tutorials.com/basics/visual-csharp-express/.

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