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Walkthroughs (MFC Feature Pack)

This section contains articles that walk you through various tasks associated with new MFC library features.

Walkthrough: Updating the MFC Scribble Application (Part 1)

This article walks you through migrating a simple MFC application from a classic style MFC application to a ribbon-based modern UI.

Walkthrough: Updating the MFC Scribble Application (Part 2)

In Part 1 of this walkthrough, we updated the classic Scribble application to include an Office Fluent Ribbon. Now that we have a working ribbon-based application, we can add ribbon-friendly panels and controls to perform tasks that were previously performed by using the menu bar.

Walkthrough: Creating a New Ribbon Application By Using MFC

In this walkthrough, you will use the MFC Application Wizard to create an application that has a default ribbon. You will then expand the ribbon by adding a Custom ribbon category with a Favorites ribbon panel and add to it some frequently used commands.

Walkthrough: Using the New MFC Shell Controls

In this walkthrough, you will create an application that resembles Windows Explorer. You will create a window that contains two panes. The left pane will contain a CMFCShellTreeCtrl object that will display your Desktop in a hierarchical view. The right pane will contain a CMFCShellListCtrl that will show the files in the folder that is selected in the left pane.

How to: Put Controls On Toolbars

Modern MFC toolbars can host controls other than simple buttons. This article explains how to do it.

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