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Posted 30 Jul 2000

CWindowImpl ATL Object Wizard

, 24 Apr 2001
This is an ATL Object Wizard that eases window development using CWindowImpl. It removes the redundant copy-n-paste of code between class implementations
RadBytes RBCWindowImpl ATL Object Wizard 1.0

Installation Instructions:
- Extract the files in this zip to the following location in your Microsoft Visual Studio install. 
It is assumed that the default installation directory was used

<DriveLetter>:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\Common\MSDev98\Template\ATL

- The RBCWindowImpl DLL will need to be registered for the wizard to function. run the 
following line from the command prompt or start | run option.

RegSrv32 <DriveLetter>:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\Common\MSDev98\Template\ATL\RBCWindowImpl.dll

- Start Visual Studio and create an ATL Project..
- Go to the Insert ATL Object menu item, a dialog will be displayed with a Radbytes item in the left pane, click on it.
- On the right hand side of the dialog the view will be updated and you will see the CWindowImpl Object Wizard option.
- Select the CWindowImpl wizard and complete the steps.

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Erik Thompson
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Erik lives in Redmond, Washington. He works as a Senior Software Engineer specializing in C++, COM, ATL and the middle-tier and now .NET. When he isn't coding for work, he can be found trying to extend Internet Explorer with yet another Desk band or simplifying his development process with ATL Object Wizards.

He spends his free time snowboarding, mountain biking, and online gaming.

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