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Help me out with this..
   I open a word document...suppose i select some object(parent object) from the explorer and drag & drop it onto the word document(child object)..does the property(eg. font type, font size) of the  child object change...?? does this have any impact on the parent object..?? if there's any change in the property of child object how can i ovecome it..??
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Try asking your professor. It is generally understood that experts here won't do your homework assignment for you. If you have an idea of how to go about doing something and are stuck, or if you need a pointer in the right direction with a specific problem we are always here to help.


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DanRollins earned 75 total points
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C++ will be the hard way.  

This link shows how to do that last part... It does not handle drag and drop, but puts data from the clipboard into MsWORD, and then runs a spellcheck on the data.

    http:Q.20287264.html

-- Dan
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