Learn about a framework that can be used to implement Visual Studio.NET-style Tear Off panes. The framework uses the commonly used MFC classes to achieve the functionality. This article is the fourth in the series.
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This article discusses a framework that can be used to implement Visual Studio.NET-style Tear Off panes. The framework uses the commonly used MFC classes to achieve the functionality. This article is the third in the series.
Framework to build and use Visual Studio .NET-style Tear Off Panes
Framework to build and use Visual Studio .Net style Tear Off Panes
Enable your software to be provided with a professional and user-friendly interface with this MFC extension library, Professional User Interface Suite. (The article and demo project were updated.)
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