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vrf vrf digest: March 04, 2003

Question asked by VRFuser on Mar 5, 2003

Glenn,

Have you exhausted the alternatives?
1. A Vee 6 ActiveX example uses a rich text box
embedded in Vee
2. Can you use Vee file IO to write an html file with
<table><tr><td> tags, then import it into Word?
3. Use Excel instead. There is an add-in for
controlling Excel called Vxl at
www.passtechnologies.com that would make this easy.

If none of these are ok, I suggest you run the macro
recorder in Word, New a doc, add text, convert it to a
table, and then look at the resulting VBA code, and
port it to Vee. There is an article on how to do this
at
http://lib1.store.vip.sc5.yahoo.com/lib/passtechnologies/VeeActiveXApNote2.html.
Pay special attention to "Using VBA to generate
automation code"


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