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Technical Notes by Number

The technical notes below are listed numerically, with the most recently written technical note first. For a listing by category, see Technical Notes by Category.

Number

Title

71

MFC IOleCommandTarget Implementation

70

MFC Window Class Names

68

Performing Transactions with the Microsoft Access 7 ODBC Driver

66

Common MFC 3.x to 4.0 Porting Issues

65

Dual-Interface Support for OLE Automation Servers

64

Apartment-Model Threading in OLE Controls

63

Debugging Internet Extension DLLs

62

Message Reflection for Windows Controls

61

ON_NOTIFY and WM_NOTIFY Messages

60

Windows Common Controls

59

Using MFC MBCS/Unicode Conversion Macros

58

MFC Module State Implementation

57

Localization of MFC Components

56

Installation of Localized MFC Components

55

Migrating MFC ODBC Database Class Applications to MFC DAO Classes

54

Calling DAO Directly While Using MFC DAO Classes

53

Writing Custom DFX Routines for DAO Database Classes

51

Using CTL3D Now and in the Future

50

MFC/OLE Common Dialogs (MFCUIx32)

49

MFC/OLE MBCS to Unicode Translation Layer (MFCANS32)

48

Writing ODBC Setup and Administration Programs for MFC Database Applications

47

Relaxing Database Transaction Requirements

46

Commenting Conventions for the MFC Classes

45

MFC/Database Support for Long Varchar/Varbinary

44

MFC Support for DBCS

43

RFX Routines

42

ODBC Driver Developer Recommendations

41

MFC/OLE1 Migration to MFC/OLE2

40

MFC/OLE In-Place Resizing and Zooming

39

MFC/OLE Automation Implementation

38

MFC/OLE IUnknown Implementation

37

Multithreaded MFC 2.1 Applications

36

Using CFormView with AppWizard and ClassWizard

35

Using Multiple Resource Files and Header Files with Visual C++

33

DLL Version of MFC

32

MFC Exception Mechanism

31

Control Bars

30

Customizing Printing and Print Preview

29

Splitter Windows

28

Context-Sensitive Help Support

26

DDX and DDV Routines

25

Document, View, and Frame Creation

24

MFC-Defined Messages and Resources

23

Standard MFC Resources

22

Standard Commands Implementation

21

Command and Message Routing

20

ID Naming and Numbering Conventions

17

Destroying Window Objects

16

Using C++ Multiple Inheritance with MFC

14

Custom Controls

11

Using MFC as Part of a DLL

6

Message Maps

3

Mapping of Windows Handles to Objects

2

Persistent Object Data Format

1

Window Class Registration

Technical notes 1 to 17 are general topics that apply to MFC 1.0 and 2.0.

Technical notes 20 to 36 are topics specific to MFC 2.0 (and higher)

Technical note 37 is specific to 32-bit and 64-bit versions of MFC.

Technical notes 38 to 48 are topics specific to MFC 2.5 (and higher)

Technical notes 49 to 51 are topics specific to MFC 3.0 (and higher)

Technical notes 53 to 71 are topics specific to MFC 4.0 (and higher)

Gaps in the Technical Note numbering are due to old MFC technical notes that are now obsolete.

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