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initializing top level menu check options

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In the top level menu I want to have an option which is checkable.  I also want to be able to set or clear the check condition before the user sees the option for the first time.  If I make the option checkable using the resource editor, it always comes up checked.  It only seems to toggle based on the user action.  What's the trick?
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Add UPDATE_COMMAND_UI message handler and call pCmdUI->SetCheck
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