I recently wrote a C++ program for a company I'm doing an internship with that asks the user for the location of .txt files and then the program opens each .txt file, gets the necessary information from each files, then outputs the information to a .txt file that the user specifies. Currently, the program receives the output file by prompting the using and then using a simple getline, same for the folder location. However, I was told today that they would like the program to produce a dialog box that allows the user to browse for these options, not type them into the console. I have searched all over for how to do this, but haven't had any luck. I'm beginning to think this is impossible to do with a console app since all I keep seeing is information on MFC. Is this right? Any help is appreciated. Thanks guys.