save to temp dir?

This is a discussion on save to temp dir? within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; No, I mean Win32 windows applications... http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...y8(vs.80).aspx Of course, there isn't WYSIWYG in Win32 windows apps. You used to be ...

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    No, I mean Win32 windows applications...

    http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...y8(vs.80).aspx

    Of course, there isn't WYSIWYG in Win32 windows apps. You used to be able to use the class wizard to build MFC apps, but MFC is not supported in VC++ Express.

    I might be wrong and maybe regular windows apps are only supported in the non-Express versions. I honestly haven't done it myself. However, I'd be surprised if that was the case since you should be able to download the Win32 windows library and once you have the library you should just be able to use it.

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    nope i can only make "win32 Console application" with Express

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    Have you done all of these steps, including #5 which seems to indicate that it is possible but it starts off disabled?

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/ex...alc/usingpsdk/

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    oops sorry
    no i dont think i have

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    Express is for console, Win32, OpenGL or DirectX (hence Win32). No MFC support.

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