MFC ToolTip Example

Create Tool-Tip Using MFC CToolTipCtrl

In this example, we will create a MFC dialog with two text boxes & a button. Then using CToolTipCtrl we will display the Tool-Tips for all three controls. To achieve this here, we derive our own class from the MFC Framework’s CToolTipCtrl.

Menu Item Resource IDS in Sequential Order


When an owner window of the menu item decides how the menu item should look, then the menu item is known as Owner Drawn Menu. The default windows provided menu has a standard look and feel. We cannot add Red and blue-colored boxes as a menu item through the resource editor. In this Example, we will see how can we display only color boxes as a menu item under the color menu. Here, we will learn the need for the WM_DRAWITEM and WM_MEASUREITEM windows messages.

MFC Keyboard Messages

Handling MFC Keyboard Messages With Shift & Toggle Key State

We know that keyboard and mouse are basic hardware interface supported by almost all the Computer Operating System. When the user hits the keyboard key, the device driver for the keyboard deals with it by making use of the interrupts. In this example we will learn how to handle Keyboard Messages using MFC SDI Application. First, We will provide a handler function for the Keyboard. Then, inside the handler, we will check for Shift Key State and Toggle Key State.