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vrf To / From DDE Properties to the application Word (Office 2007)

Question asked by VRFuser on May 16, 2008
Hi all,


I have to send this request for a second time, since this is for any version of VEE but to Microsoft Office 2007.  For Office 2003 and previous there were no issues with the following:


I am having a problem sending data to the form field in a Word file that is already open on a network (Server) drive.  Data is to be sequentially sent to the form fields in the doc.  Please see attached .bmp files for info.


If the same file is open on the computer’s hard drive (On the c: drive) the program works fine. And Data is sent sequentially to the form fields in the document successfully. 


Does anyone have any ideas?


Best regards,





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