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Hide the first MDIChildWnd in MDI when created?

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How to make the first MDIChildWnd wnd when created? I want to new or open a document with many views but with the corresponding MDIChild and its view is invisible but still with document opened.
the cs.style &=~WS_VISIBLE in precreate just don't work. If  use cmdInfo.m_nShellCommand = CommandLineInfo::FileNothing;
there is no active document.
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Put GetWindow(NULL) -> ShowWindow(SW_HIDE); in the OnPaint function of ChildFrm class.

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