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Preventing an MDI child from closing

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I have an MDI application in which I want to get notified when a child is closing and then check to see if modifications were made.  If so, I want to put up a "Save? Yes, No, or Cancel" dialog and if they select cancel, prevent the child from closing.  OnDestroy in my view class is too late.  Any ideas?
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If OnDestroy() is too late, what about OnClose()?
It gets called before OnDestroy().

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I'm not sure why OnClose or WM_CLOSE are not one of the messages available in ClassWizard for my view class.  If I put in in by hand it does not appear to get called before (or after) OnDestroy.  I would have though it would have too.
Steve
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Sorry for not specifying - I meant you should try to override the OnClose() member of your frame window. It gets the WM_CLOSE message in place of the view.

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