There are some features that are left udnone. E.g. the Find text does not work with Unicode Characters. Seems that the program uses the standard CFindReplaceDialog that is not unicode enabled.
Anyway an example of creating an app using RichEdit 2.0 would be very helpful for developers. The problem is that such small (?) details are what we are looking for.
Hey you have done great code. Actually I am Visual Basics programmer not very good in MFC but I really appriciate your work. In Visual basics there is Rich Text Box Control. on that control you can edit users out put by RTF.selstart, RTF.sellength, RTF.selText properties. Can I do some thing like that in MFC ??
Means say I want the output as say Ascii No. 100 when user presses some other AScii Number form keyboard.
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Was useful for the superscript and subscript part.
But then try doin somethin else with this editor. Try to simulate some of the real Word Processors, and get in stuff that they have. That shud put some spice to it