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Insert OLE Object to CRichEditView.

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Hi,
I use CRichEditView class and want to insert a OLE object.
but, AppWizard makes COleInsertDialog. so users are must
select a OLE Object.

I want to make a button which insert a OLE object.

If users push that button, OLE Object(for example Excel) is inserted to CRichEditView automatically.

thank you for reading.
Have a good day!
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Here's what you have to do in your CRichEditView derieved class:

// The Excel.Worksheet.8 class ID holder (must have at least VC 5.0 to use it)
struct __declspec(uuid("00020820-0000-0000-C000-000000000046")) ExcelClsidHolder;

// The "Inset Excel Object" command handler
void CTest2View::OnTestInsertItem()
{
  try
  {
    CRichEditCntrItem* pItem = GetDocument()->CreateClientItem (NULL);
    pItem->m_bLock = TRUE;
    pItem->CreateNewItem(__uuidof(ExcelClsidHolder));
    InsertItem(pItem);
    pItem->UpdateItemType();
    pItem->m_bLock = FALSE;
    // Remove the next line if you don't want automatic in-place activation
    pItem->DoVerb(OLEIVERB_SHOW, this);  
  }
  catch(...)
  {
    if (pItem != NULL)
    {
      ASSERT_VALID(pItem);
      pItem->Delete();
    }
    AfxMessageBox("Failed to create Excel 8.0 Worksheet Object");
  }
}

You can replace the class ID of the Excel.Worksheet.8 object above above with the class ID of the object that you like. If you don't want the object to be automatically in-place activated remove the "pItem->DoVerb(OLEIVERB_SHOW, this);" line. Good luck.


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by:milenvk
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Oh, and if you don't have VC 5.0 you can specify the class Id as follows:

const CLSID clsidXlSheet =
      { 0x00020820, 0x0, 0x0, { 0xC0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x46 } };

or:
CLSID clsidXlSheet;
CLSIDfromString(L"00020820-0000-0000-C000-000000000046", &clsidXlSheet);

In both situations instead of __uuidof(ExcelClsidHolder) in the above example put clsidXlSheet.
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