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Hi,

 I'm a beginner in ole automation and i want to control Word from my application. Where can i find all the functions name with their parameters which act on Word like
(FileNew ....) by using ole automation ? Can i find it in a book made by microsoft (do you have a name ?) or by using a program functioning like a "implib or ...".

Thanks, dan
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"Microsoft Office 97 Developer's Handbook" by Christine Solomon, published by Microsoft Press, is a great book on Office programming.  I think you will find your answer in Chapter 7.
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