Appwizard, Visual Basic Programming

APPWIZARD 

The Appwizard is a tool used for creating a project. It follows a series of steps to create a project.

Steps Involved in Creating A Project:

Step 1: From the menu bar, at first click the File and then new options.

Step 2: The new dialog box become visible with 4 tab pages. These are:

  • Files
  • Projects
  • Workspaces
  • Other Documents

Step 3: Select the projects (2) in the above step. Then select MFC Appwizard(.exe) option

Step 4: Type the project name in the Edit box. A directory will be formed using this name in which all the files will be stored. And then click OK.

Step 5: Select any one of the options shown below for the project type.

  • Single Document
  • Multiple Document
  • Dialog Based

The above series forms the Step1 of Appwizard.

Step 6: Click next. It will take you to the second step of the MFC appwizard. Select none and click the next.

Step 7: In the third step of MFC appwizard choose none & carry on with the next button.

Step 8: In the step 4 of MFC appwizard keep the settings as such and click the next button.

Step 9: In the step 5 of appwizard, you have the choice of getting the comments on the coding. Now choose what you need and click next.

Step 10: This is the final step of appwizard. The new classes to be generated are exhibited here. Now Click finish and then click create to done the creation of application.

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