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How can I use DAO in Visual Basic inside Word97 ?
REM.>> I handled DAO 3.5 in Perefernces of Visual Basic inside ord97, then I could not found any of DAO keywords in Vusual Basic help
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To use DAO within Word97 open the visual basic editor.
(Tools->Macros->Visual Basic Editor)
From within the editor choose Tools->References.  Now you will have a list of all the available object libraries.  Scroll down and select Microsoft DAO.
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