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Visual C++  new file template

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Hello.
I have a shell written in c++ that I would like to be able to include in my project when I use the File->New...
command, and then select the Files Tab.  I don't want to write a wizard for this, is there a way to do this?

Thanks
   Endre.

PS. If anything is unclear let me know.
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Did I get you right that you want to start an executable program out of the standard "File Open" dialogue ?

What is the "Files Tab" that you're talking about ?
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I'm assuming you want to put some starting c++ text into a new file.  I don't see any entries in the registry to do this.  It's probably determined by the packages you have installed.  Another way to accomplish what your doing might be to add the file as a component.  you could then use the project/add to project/Components and Controls tab.
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btw, the files tab esolem is refering to is the one in the file new dialog in devstudio.
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