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Have OleStdInitSummaryInfo(), OleStdReadSummaryInfo() and
OleStdGetStringProperty() been rewritten for Win32?

If so where can I obtain this?
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I found these functions in SUMINFO.CPP and SUMINFO.H on the MSDN Development Library CD October 1998 Disk 2. The CPP file seems to IMPLEMENT these functions. (Do you want an illegal copy?) (I never said that) Or do you have the CDs? Or can you perhaps find them on the MSDN site?
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Sorry I meant to post a comment because you can only accept the answer when you have the functions. Just reject this answer with a reply. Sorry - Rat's asleep!
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Can you send me the mentioned source
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To Innes: If the swiss site does not satisfy your needs or you want it from me anyway post your e-mail address. Or shall I paste the two files here?
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Could you send the source to ire@jbmsl.co.uk
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Innes,
I've mailed you a project called DFView. It is a modified Document File Viewer as provided by Microsoft. (The modification were made by me a couple of years ago for another valued EE expert Roger Onslow). The modifications include the viewing of summary information and other useful information inside document files.

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