CCBPropertySheet: an MFC-extension class for creating property sheets with custom fonts.
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Implementing and utilizing extensible property sheets in your .NET classes has never been easier.
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A complete set of stand alone classes containing the functionality of CPropertySheet and CPropertyPage.
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