Fundamentals of
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This course is intended for serious computer hobbyists, IT students, and IT professionals. You need Windows and Visual C++ installed.

The free online textbook for this course is Visual C++ 6 Unleashed . Read the Introduction to the book.

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Lesson 4. The Document View Architecture

At some point, you have undoubtedly used a Windows application that works with documents and views, whether or not you called them by these names. The most common example of this is almost any Windows-based word processing application. In this lesson, you will explore how you can use MFC to help you create applications such as the one just described, as well as some that are quite different in appearance but have the same underlying structure.

You will learn how to

  • Use the document view architecture in MFC.
  • Use the view classes provided by MFC.
  • Add menus, status bars, toolbars, and splitters to your application.

Reading Assignments

Read the following sections from your free online textbook:

offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) Examining the Document View Architecture
offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) Creating Your Application
offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) Using the View Classes
offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) Using Document Templates
offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) Working with Frames
offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) More on Working with Menus
offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) Adding Splitters to Your Application
offiste01.jpg (430 bytes) Adding Drag and Drop to Your Application
 

Learning Activities

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