A complete, nuts-and-bolts guide to building better interfaces. From expert Keith Bugg, here is the first complete guide to building better user interfaces for Windows applications using MFC. Step-by-step, Bugg shows you how to implement all commonly used controls and dialog boxes, as well as those rarely covered in other books. He also shows you how to add multimedia, tips, and other enhancements for more professional applications. And he provides plenty of helpful examples and sample code for all topics covered. You get complete, hands-on coverage of: * Common controls, including buttons, boxes, bars, spinners, TreeView, and sliders. * Microsoft's New Common Controls. * Common dialogs, including color, file, Find-Replace, and Cfont. * Splitter windows and controls. * Online help-includes coverage of the new HTML-based help standard. * Using CFormView to insert controls directly into your application's view. * Multimedia, including video clips, sound, animation, and more. * Professional enhancements, such as qTip of the Dayq pop-ups, visual and color-coded cues, standards compliance, and improved consistency. Visit the companion Web site at www.wiley.com/compbooks/bugg/ to find: * All the examples and code from the book. * Microsoft(r) HTML Help Toolkit. * Microsoft(r) VidEdit Toolkit. * Links to additional resources.Note that you could assign a topic to this (or any) heading by clicking the Add button and specifying an HTML topic file. Now ... A dialog box appears a make sure the Automatically display compiled Help file when done is not checked. If this isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Building Better Interfaces with Microsoft Foundation Classes|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1999-04-27|