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Hi,
     I need to know how to display possible files for opening / saving. E.g. when you go to File / Open in a word processor, it shows you the contents of the directory and specifies only files with a certain suffix. Is there an easy way to do this?
Cheers, Nik
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Sure, use the Delphi opendialog component and set the filters (the suffix)
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