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When I first start my project using studio wizard, I did not go into Document template to setup file extension. Is there a way to set the file extension to be used in FILE-OPEN SAVE SAVE AS... if people did not set it up at the begining of start project.
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Yes there is,

The string table in your applications resources is where you need to make the change.  Look up the documentation for this method: CDocTemplate::GetDocString.  It'll tell you everything you need to know to make those changes successfully.

-Ray
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