Normally I use
- if the Phones.doc file is password protected (lets say that the password is "MyPwd"),
how should I pass the password to the file so that I will not be promped for password?
It works well when I use "SendKeys",but I am looking for a better solution.
Please, show me some other ways to open the password protected doc file with WebBrowser.
Protect and unprotect would be fine.
Regarding reference stuff, you could do this:
First, add rference and write the code. When you have finished doing it and debuging, change all strong typed variables
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