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vrf - Word Active X using Vee

Question asked by VRFuser on Jan 15, 1999
Add these to the end:

Sel.HomeKey(wdStory);
Doc.PrintPreview();

Garo Babayan
SSV Consultant
HP Bellevue Sales


-----Original Message-----
From: CONOR_BUESCHER@HP-Corvallis-om2.om.hp.com
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Subject: Re: vrf - Word Active X using Vee


     This does most of what I want except for 2 things. 1 - the entire
     document is still "selected" in word, i.e. it's black highlighted and
     I would like it to go into PrintPreview automagically.
    
     I've tried adding a App.PrintPreview = TRUE; line, but then I get an
     error, I've also tried App.PrintPreview(); again an error - if I put
     the App.PrintPreview = TRUE line after the Sel.WholeStory(); line then
     I get an error on the Sel.WholeStory(); line - it says it not a member
     of the ActiveX control or something to that effect.
    
     If anyone has any ideas on what to do I'd appreciate it.
    
     Conor Buescher
     HP Corvallis


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