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Default MFC Class wizard & vc++ 6 & message mapping

I trying to learn my way around MFC, the class wizard in VC++ 6. Right now I have an SDI and I am trying to a map message to a handler with the class wizard to create of a dialog box(which has already been added to the project). My question is how do you know which class should handle the message, in this case the CMainFrame or the CChildVeiw and what messages should the app handle (which were all were create by the class wizard).

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