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You don't use a dialog template as a resource in another dialog - to me this implies merging. I've never seen this done.

What is common is to:
- define the parent dialog template
- on the parent, define where a child dialog is to be placed by using a dummy control
- in the parent WM_INITDIALOG:
- call CreateDialog*() to create the child dialog from its template
- find the dummy control and it's extents
- delete the dummy and resize/position the child dialog to take its place
...cmk

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