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An MFC Application Wizard with .NET Framework Support

, 1 Jun 2005
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This paper gives a general MFC application wizard which supports .NET Framework.


To successfully install the wizard, you must first download "". After decompressing the file "", you will obtain a directory "Microsoft Visual Studio .NET". It has two sub-directories, one is codeproject and the other is vc. Now copy all the sub-directories of this directory into your "Visual Studio .NET 2003" install directory.

After installing this wizard, when a new project is created, a new wizard appears (name: MFC Application with .NET Framework Support):

You can add the .NET user control to your MFC project by using another wizard. This wizard is an "Add Class” wizard which appears when you add a class into your project:

Using this wizard, you can create an MFC application which can host a user control as a MFC CView object:

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Generalvery cool! Pin
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Generalvery cool Pin
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GeneralRe: very cool Pin
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