Visual C++ Documentation Map
You can move through the Visual C++ documentation in several ways, depending on the type of information you like to read, the information you know least about, or your preference for accessing information. You can also reference additional material that supplements the Visual C++ documentation.
When using Visual C++, you have a choice of programming tools:
Visual C++ supports many operations related to program development:
If you have used previous versions of Visual C++, you may be want to read What's New in version 6.0.
Here are a few frequently-used topics you may want to bookmark:
The Visual C++ Table of Contents
The Visual C++ documentation has been divided into the following sections.
|Using Visual C++||
You can access the information in the documentation in several ways, depending on your preferences and needs.
|To||Do the following|
|Find more information on an error message or command||Place the cursor in the error message number or command and press F1.|
|Learn about the controls in a dialog box||Click the question mark box in the upper-right corner of the dialog box, then click the control you want more information on.|
|Look up specific information directly, such as the name of a feature or control||Click the Index tab in Help.|
|Browse for information||Click the Contents tab in Help.|
|Search across the entire documentation set, and expand or limit your search||Click the Search tab in Help.|
|Bookmark a topic||While the topic is displayed, click the Favorites tab in Help, then click the Add button.|