Summary: Shows how to "color outside the lines" and create programs that work the way readers want-not just the way MFC wants them to work. Demonstrates how to modify the appearance and functionality of MFC programs in ways not anticipated by Microsoft. Includes full coverage of expert-level programming issues-unlike most other MFC books, which focus on elementary topics. Provides solutions for MFC problems that Microsoft's documentation doesn't touch. Teaches how to use multiple views with one document, use customized serialization, how to edit during print preview, and more!