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FileOpen where Filename > MAX_PATH

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I am using Delphi 2007 on Windows
I want to use FileOpen  where the filename is longer than MAX_PATH.
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I have managed to handle FindFirstFile.
Now I want to copy the file for which I need to use FileOpen.
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Please advice
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I simply used CopyFileW()
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