Programmer's Guide to Microsoft Windows 95: Key Topics on Programming for Windows from the Microsoft Windows Development Team

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Microsoft Press, 1995 - Computers - 674 pages
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This book explains how best to use the powerful features of Windows 95 in Win32-based applications, 16-bit Windows application, and MS-DOS-based applications. It also provides guidelines for developing virtual devices that support applications. Provided by members of the Microsoft Windows 95 technical team, this important information is not available anywhere else.

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Contents

Win32 Application Programming Interface
14
OLE
22
Creating Great Applications
29
Copyright

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Microsoft Corporation - Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq 'MSFT') is the worldwide leader in software for personal and business computing. The company offers a wide range of products and services designed to empower people through great software--any time, any place and on any device.

Will Willis - MCSE, A+ Certified Technician, Network+, B.A. is a MIS Director/Network Manager in Texas. Will has co-authored eight books and scores of technical articles to date. He has also written practice exams and tech edited many titles.

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