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How do I bring up WordPad?

Posted on 1998-06-21
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Dumb question, I'm sure.
How do I call WordPad with a text file to view/edit ?
I just want to slip the filename to wordpad and have it open up the file so the
user can view and edit it.
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Question by:jgore
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jgore,

Try the following:

Shell "c:\program files\accessories\wordpad.exe c:\myfile.txt", vbNormalFocus


Best regards
Ben Huwairib
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