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Knowing my UserId in NT3.51, and VBA (Excel 5.0)

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Is there any API in Windows NT 3.51 I could use with VB for Applocations (Excel 5.0), that let me know my User Id (and much better other data from the user, like my user name)?
If there exists (I'm sure there must exist), please write an example of use, or be as detailed as possible, as I am not experienced with Windows APIs
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Here are funtion you can use :

' *** Get computer and user information
Private Declare Function GetComputerNameA Lib "kernel32" (ByVal lpBuffer As String, nSize As Long) As Long
Private Declare Function GetUserNameA Lib "advapi32.dll" (ByVal lpBuffer As String, nSize As Long) As Long


Public Function GetUserName() As String
   ' *** Get the user name
   
   Dim UserName         As String * 255

   Call GetUserNameA(UserName, 255)
   GetUserName = Left$(UserName, InStr(UserName, Chr$(0)) - 1)

End Function

Public Function GetComputerName() As String
   ' *** Get the computer name
   
   Dim UserName         As String * 255

   Call GetComputerNameA(UserName, 255)
   GetComputerName = Left$(UserName, InStr(UserName, Chr$(0)) - 1)

End Function

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You can go on my web site, you will find more source file for you to do what you want.

see my profile for web site
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Thanks a lot, it's very helpful for me, and works perfectly, as I wanted.
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Don't hesitate to post me other questions
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