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vrf Changing Default Printer at Runtime

Question asked by VRFuser on Apr 7, 2003
"Dwayne Rowland" <drowland@rfmd.com> wrote:
> I have been programming with Vee for a while, however I have never used ActiveX until today. I want to
> add a section to my program that will allow me to save my Bias conditions to file. Then later in the
> program I would like to open the file and recall the bias conditions for use in the program. The bench
> this program is going on will be used by many people and I want each person to be able to save a certain
> set of conditions and be able to recall them at a later data and re-use them.
>
> I have the program saving the data to file in the format I want it in, however I am not familiar with how
> to read data from specified columns, rows, or just cells back into Vee using ActiveX. I have attached the
> section of the program, it is very basic. Can someone please show me an example of how to read data back
> into Vee using ActiveX?

ActiveX is a mechanism that allows programs to interoperate- really has nothing to do
with files. So unless you mean that you have some Activex capable application
that does your file IO and you are communicating with this application
from VEE, then ActiveX does not apply.

If this is the case, what is the application that you are using?

Stan


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