Re: win32 question
It can be tough finding good information put together in step to step format, I know, as I have been there. It's almost better to just learn the library and then "teach yourself." I'm not saying that there is nothing good out there, but that's always been my method, about. You may also want to look into a library that allows you to build applications that take care of several OS GUI. Because once you learn win32 programing, it wont really do you anything on other platforms. Of course it will still give you experience in the language you are working with though.