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Microsoft KB Archive/103216

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SAMPLE: PENDRVR.RTF - Technical Article

PSS ID Number: Q103216 Article last modified on 08-23-1993

3.10 WINDOWS

The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) for Windows version 3.1

Understanding Pen Driver Functionality Under Windows Matthew Squires Microsoft Pen Win Development Created: January 14, 1993 Modified: April 26, 1993

Abstract

This article is designed to give the reader a general introduction to the functionality of the Microsoft Windows pen driver by explaining what the source does and how it does it. It is assumed that the reader has a basic understanding of pen driver functionality and is familiar with the Windows Device Driver Kit (DDK). The files that make up the pen driver can be found in the Windows for Pen Computing OEM adaptation kit and in the Windows version 3.1 DDK directory. The files of interest are: DISABLE.ASM, ENABLE.ASM, FILTER.ASM, INSTALL.ASM, LOAD.ASM, MISC.ASM, PLAY.ASM, WACOM.ASM, and DIALOGS.C. It is important that these source files be read in conjunction with this article. For related information on this topic, see the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base titled “Understanding the Windows Virtual Pen Driver.” This article is divided into three sections. The first section provides some background information about the pen driver, the second section introduces the source files used to build the driver, and the third section describes the pen driver source code in detail. For Microsoft OnLine customers, PENDRVR.RTF is available in the Software/Data Library as 10X97.ZIP and can be found by searching on the word PENDRVR.RTF, the Q number of this article, or S14240. For CompuServe Customers, PENDRVR.RTF can be downloaded from the file 10-97.ZIP in library section number 10 of the MSDNLIB forum. PENDRVR.RTF was archived using the PKware file-compression utility.

Additional reference words: 3.10 KBCategory: KBSubcategory: Copyright Microsoft Corporation 1993.