No. You can build windows gui programs, but you have to do it manually or buy someone else's program that produces windows resource files. You could also use a different IDE/compiler, such as QT which contains gui guilder.
If you use wxWidgets with Code::Blocks there's a RAD/GUI plugin called wxSmith which gives you the ability to drag and drop wxwidgets controls onto a design view and the plugin will auto-generate some boiler-plate code for you. Very similar to using visual studio with MFC and Windows Forms applications.