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How to use Dynamic External MFC CView Class Objects (which exists in a DLL library) in a VBA Host MFC Application

, 8 Dec 2002 48.5K 340 11
Implement interface between two existing DLL Library in a VBA Host MFC application.
tangramappmfc_src.zip
TangramAppMFC
TangramDllRight
TangramDllRight.rgs
cnn.rgs
TangramDllRight.def
TangramDllRightps.def
TangramDllRight.suo
AtlRight.rgs
TangramDllLeft
TangramDllLeft.rgs
cnn.rgs
TangramDllLeft.def
TangramDllLeftps.def
TangramDllLeft.suo
AtlLeft.rgs
TangramMFC
application.rgs
TangramMFCdocument.rgs
TangramMFC.rgs
Prairie Wind.bmp
menuimg.bmp
TangramMFC.suo
TangramMFC1
res
TangramMFC.manifest
TangramMFCDoc.ico
TangramMFC.ico
Toolbar.bmp

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