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How to derive a new class with CDocTemplate as the base class

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I need to derive a new class from CDocTemplate, so that i can override the CreateNewFrame function. Any insights would be helpful.

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Ramesh
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I would create a new document template class that is derived from CSingleDocTemplate or CMultiDocTemplate. Override the CreateNewFrame() function doing what you need to do. Finally, in your application's InitInstance create instances of your new class for each document (code assumes MDI interface):

m_pMyDocTemplate = new CMyDocTemplate(
  IDR_MYDOC,
  RUNTIME_CLASS(CMyDoc),
  RUNTIME_CLASS(CMDIChildWnd),
  RUNTIME_CLASS(CMyView));
AddDocTemplate(m_pMyDocTemplate);

Good Luck,
Steve
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