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MFC OLE Samples

The following topics are the abstracts for the MFC OLE samples. For a list of all MFC samples, see MFC Samples.

ACDUAL Sample: Adds Dual Interfaces to an Automation Application

Demonstrates how to add dual interface support to an MFC-based Automation server.

AUTOCLIK Sample: Automation Server Application

Illustrates Automation features. Includes AUTODRIV, a simple Automation client application that drives the AUTOCLIK sample application.

CALCDRIV Sample: Demonstrates an Automation Client Application

Automation client.

DRAWCLI Sample: Illustrates Integrating Active Container Support with Application-Specific Features

Full-featured object-oriented drawing application that is also an ActiveX Visual Editing container.

HIERSVR Sample: Demonstrates a Server Application with OLE Drag and Drop

Demonstrates a Server Application with OLE Drag and Drop.

INPROC Sample: Demonstrates an In-Process Automation Server Application

An in-process Automation server that can be loaded as a DLL in the client's address space.

IPDRIVE Sample: Demonstrates an Automation Client Application

A simple Automation client application that drives the INPROC sample application.

MFCBIND Sample: Active Document Container

Shows how to create an Active document (formerly known as a DocObject) container.

MFCCALC Sample: Demonstrates an Automation Server Application

An Automation server that implements a simple calculator.

OCLIENT Sample: Illustrates a Visual Editing Container Application

ActiveX Visual Editing container application, with drag and drop.

OLEVIEW Sample: ActiveX Object Viewer

Implementing an OLE object browser through custom OLE interfaces.

SUPERPAD Sample: Demonstrates a Visual Editing Server That Edits Text Using CEditView

Demonstrates a Visual Editing Server That Edits Text Using CEditView.

TSTCON Sample: ActiveX Control Test Container

Implements an ActiveX control container using MFC's support for OLE embedding. You can use TSTCON to test ActiveX controls, change their properties, and invoke their methods.

WORDPAD Sample: The Windows Application

Uses MFC's support for rich edit controls to create a basic word processor.

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