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Windows messages to another process

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Hi.
How could I get all windows messages, sent by it to another process. For instance: My app. launch MSWord. How coud my app. get all messages sent to MSWord's process, filter them and then resend them to MSWord, but MSWord mustn't get messages directly from windows. Is it possible?
Regards, Alex.
PS: Sorry for "a lot" of pts, this is all I have:)))
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A system-wide hook should do this.

This is the sort of thing SPY does.

(I'm pretty sure there is source code for the Spy tool)
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Ok, I've to see spy++ source
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