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There might be no need to convert the libraries. It should be sufficient to create header files defining the exported functions and the calling conventions and linking the MFC application against the libraries.

Depending on how the libraries has been build, you may also try to rebuild them using options for C/C++ access. Your FORTRAN compiler/linker documentation should have some information about building libraries to be accessed from C/C++.
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