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Control Notes 4.6 From VB5

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    I would like to do OLE with Notes 4.6. I do not have an idea on how to start doing this. But I know how to do OLE with Ms-Office product, but I do not know how to do it with Notes.
 
Any idea or example would be appreciated.
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What you want is not possible.
Notes documents are not insertable objects.
Take a look at Insert Object in MS Word or Excel. Notes document is not one of the insertable objects.
Notes is more like a database or mailsystem than a document creator.
You can however communicate with Notes using MAPI. For more information see the Notes Development Toolkit.
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You can communicate with COM with Notes. Reference the Notes type library in the References Dialog.
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