Specifies the ID of the resources used with the document type. This may include menu, icon, accelerator table, and string resources.
The string resource consists of up to seven substrings separated by the '\n' character (the '\n' character is needed as a place holder if a substring is not included; however, trailing '\n' characters are not necessary); these substrings describe the document type. For information on the substrings, see GetDocString. This string resource is found in the application's resource file. For example:
Note that the string begins with a '\n' character; this is because the first substring is not used for MDI applications and so is not included. You can edit this string using the string editor; the entire string appears as a single entry in the String Editor, not as seven separate entries.
Points to the CRuntimeClass object of the document class. This class is a CDocument-derived class you define to represent your documents.
Points to the CRuntimeClass object of the frame window class. This class can be a CFrameWnd-derived class, or it can be CFrameWnd itself if you want default behavior for your main frame window.
Points to the CRuntimeClass object of the view class. This class is a CView-derived class you define to display your documents.
Use this member function to construct a CDocTemplate object. Dynamically allocate a CDocTemplate object and pass it to CWinApp::AddDocTemplate from the InitInstance member function of your application class.