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How to create a new MDI child window with a specified file?

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Hi,

Well.. my question is : Would it be possible to create a
new MDI document with a specified file? You'll say : "Hey!
simply call the OnFileOpen function..." well.. no because
I don't want the "SelectFile" dialog to appear, I just want to open a specified file and automatically load it in a new MDI child window.
How's it possible?

Thanks!

David Marquis
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Get the document template pointer (see you app's InitInstance()). From that pointer, call OpenDocumentFile(). For more information, see CDocTemplate::OpenDocumentFile().
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