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Question asked by jfreriks on Apr 4, 2005
Latest reply on Apr 4, 2005 by jfreriks

In the old days, you could use DDE to do that. I am not sure what versions of
Word/Excel that was supported in.

ActiveX replaced that functionality though (I think).

Cheers

John



> Dykema, Jim-P14701 <Jim.Dykema@gdc4s.com> wrote:
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> Is it possible for a Microsoft Word macro to read/write data to a
> Microsoft Excel worksheet?  If it is possible does anyone have an
> example?
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>  Jim Dykema
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