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Office Assistant using Visual C++ ?

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Hi,

I would like to know if it is possible to have a Office
Assistant kind of help interface for my own MFC based
application which I am developing using Visual C++ 5.0 ??
If it is possible, then how can I program such an Assistant
within in MFC App ?? Thanks in advance !
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There is source code for an C (not MFC) app which uses agent.

I can send this to you if you like .. of course, you need to download and install MS Agent first.

my email is roger.onslow@compsys.com.au

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Also if you go to the microsoft.public.msagent newsgroup, you should get some info there (eg. there are threads on using agent with VB).  I'm not sure if this newsgroup is archived at dejanews, but you can get it direct from the MS newsgroup.  The people in the list are (usually) very helpful.

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