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If a image is saved onto a local machine and NetMeeting is running how do you code so NetMeeting will automatically open the image on it's whiteboard? My program will allow you to scan an image and it will automatically save it, but I want it all automated so it opens in NetMeeting after it has been saved.
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ramkala earned 150 total points
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I am guessing that you are scaning your image from your VB program.
If so.....after storing the image, make a DDE call from your VB code to the NetMeeting program to open your image.

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