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Does anyone know, if there is a way to establish a DDE conversation between two worstations on a network using VB5, an example would be nice!
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mmahdi,
Check out:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q181/9/46.asp?FR=0
HOWTO: Create a NetDDE Client and Server in Visual Basic

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Dalin
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Cool,

Thanks for the answer!
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