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Is it possible to place an application, such as Word, within an MDI Form?
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It is possible to do that, using the API SetParent. Using this API, you tell that the parent of an external application is your application. I have never do that with Word, but with Crystal Report, it works.

Declare Function SetParent Lib "user32" Alias "SetParent" (ByVal hWndChild As Long, ByVal hWndNewParent As Long) As Long

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Isn't word an MDI form already, in which case, I don't belive windows allows this.

I could be wrong though :)
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