Walkthrough updating the mfc scribble application
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.
In this walkthrough, you will create an application that resembles Windows Explorer.
is a global object that controls all drawing for an application.
Because the original Scribble application uses the Office 2000 user interface (UI) style, the application may look old-fashioned.
The Ribbon Designer lets you create and customize ribbons in MFC applications.One combo box adjusts the width of the thin pen and the other combo box adjusts the width of the thick pen.This walkthrough demonstrates how to modify an existing MFC application to use the Ribbon user interface.The original Scribble application lets the user select pen widths from a dialog box that appears when the user clicks Pen Widths on the menu.Because the ribbon bar has ample room for new controls, you can replace the dialog box by using two combo boxes on the ribbon.