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Richard MacCutchan1-Jul-12 22:14
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krmed2-Jul-12 0:48
krmed2-Jul-12 0:48 
Actually, in an SDI, there is only one document, but there can be many views.

In any event (to the OP) the proper way to update views in SDI or MDI is to store and update your data in the document, then call the document's UpdateAllViews method, passing a hint if needed.

This automatically calls the OnUpdate method of every view without you having to call it manually. In that method, you can do whatever is necessary to update the view.

Hope this helps.
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