To open your resource and view your dialog in Microsoft Visual C++ activate the ResourceView</span> tab in the Workspace window, expand the [+] next to your resources folder, expand the [+] next to the Dialog folder, and then double-click on the resource ID string of your dialog (or your tab or wizard page).
To open files and view them in the Microsoft Visual C++ workspace activate the FileView tab in the Workspace window, expand the [+] next to your resource's files icon, expand the [+] next to the Source or Header Files folder, and then double-click on the desired file's icon.
The Origin Dialog AppWizard creates and adds a source file (*.c or *.cpp), a resource file (*.rc), and two header files (*.h) to the Visual C++ workspace. In the above example, the source file HelloWorld.c contains template Origin C code to launch your resource in Origin, the resource file HelloWorld.rc contains Microsoft Visuall C++ resource commands, and the header file HelloWorld.h contains a template Origin C code implementation of a Dialog derived class also used to launch your resource in Origin. The header file HelloWorldRes.h contains the resource IDs for your dialog and is used by both Visual C++ (to construct the resource-only DLL) and by Origin (to launch your dialog).
Note: The resource file (*.rc) is already open in Microsoft Visual C++ and can not be opened (again) as a text file without first closing the current workspace. Select the File:Close Workspace menu item to close the workspace and then select the File:Open menu item and browse to and open the *.rc file as a text file if you want to view the Microsoft Visual C++ resource commands.