How to use CTL3D.H in VS2010

Discussion in 'Windows' started by balajiyalam, May 18, 2017.

  1. balajiyalam

    balajiyalam

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    I am migrating the code developed on VC++ 6.0 to Visual Studio 2010.

    When I tried to compile it, I got an error saying " cannot open the include file CTL3D.H no such file or directory".

    I read somewhere that the MFC makes use of the CTL3D.DLL to give 3D view and it comes by default in the VS2010. No need of ctl3d.h.

    But we have some controls written overriding the MFC classes and so we need ctl3d.h to give them 3D look and we can't replace them with MFC defaulters.

    Please help me out to make use of CTL3D.H on VS2010.


    Can any one help me out !!

    Thanks,
    Regards.
     
    balajiyalam, May 18, 2017
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