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I would like to be able to use a Word doc that contains macros, controls and
that exposes properties that can be used by a client application. The idea
would be to treat these docs as objects and place them in a collection. This
collection would then be persisted in a database. I am having trouble
instantiating the doc in the client app. Can this be done, or do I have to
do everything from within the doc macros without using a client? Any help
would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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I would suggest posting this in the vba.customization newsgroup.
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I would like to be able to use a Word doc that contains macros, controls
and
that exposes properties that can be used by a client application. The
idea
would be to treat these docs as objects and place them in a collection.
This
collection would then be persisted in a database. I am having trouble
instantiating the doc in the client app. Can this be done, or do I have
to
do everything from within the doc macros without using a client? Any help
would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
--
I am constantly amazed that anything ever works at all.



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OK. Thanks!
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"Charles Kenyon" wrote:

I would suggest posting this in the vba.customization newsgroup.
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Word New User FAQ & Web Directory: http://addbalance.com/word

Intermediate User's Guide to Microsoft Word (supplemented version of
Microsoft's Legal Users' Guide) http://addbalance.com/usersguide

See also the MVP FAQ: http://www.mvps.org/word which is awesome!
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I would like to be able to use a Word doc that contains macros, controls
and
that exposes properties that can be used by a client application. The
idea
would be to treat these docs as objects and place them in a collection.
This
collection would then be persisted in a database. I am having trouble
instantiating the doc in the client app. Can this be done, or do I have
to
do everything from within the doc macros without using a client? Any help
would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
--
I am constantly amazed that anything ever works at all.




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