Look for a book for a visual c++ for VS 2019 book that uses Win Forms. Not many tutorials on YT.
Microsoft removed the WinForms C++/CLI template starting. The official explanation is that they want to encourage managed desktop UI development in C# or VB and relegate C++/CLI to serve as glue between native back end code and managed UI code.
And you can also create a normal C++/CLI project, then adding a form to that project.
Here are some detailed steps in these threads you can refer to.
Visual Studio 2017 - can't find Visual C++ Windows Forms
Can't find Windows Forms Application for C++
This link introduces a book about teaching C++ from scratch using C++ Windows Forms.
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