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Posted on 2002-06-07
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     I've been wondering that in code shown below, where can I find any Document or Reference Docs reveal all interface to Microsoft word, Excel?
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var wrdApp : Variant;
begin
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 wrdApp := CreateOleObject('Word.Application');
 wrdApp.Visible := True;
 // Create a new document
 wrdDoc := wrdApp.Documents.Add();
 wrdDoc.Select;

 wrdSelection := wrdApp.Selection;
 wrdMailMerge := wrdDoc.MailMerge;
...
  That is to interface with MS Word using OLE, I have to know internal function of OLE for example
 wrdDoc := wrdApp.Documents.Open('C:\Yahoo.doc');
  If I don't know what function or procedure wrdApp.Documents have (in this example Open() is one of those functions), then I don't know how to even open MS word documents. Tell me where reference site, Ducuments I can download such full reference object function...Please
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Question by:DOOM_DAEMON
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by:kretzschmar
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look at the visual basic for applications help,
which is included by each office-product

meikl ;-)
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by:Mohammed Nasman
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alos you could many info here
http://www.microsoft.com/officedev/articles/Opg/toc/pgtoc.htm
the could in visual basic, but it's easy to translate to delphi, I use that site when I need some info about the automation
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by:DragonSlayer
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code above seems familiar ;)
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bruintje earned 100 total points
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in every office product

-use ALT+F11 which brings up the VB Editor
-then hit F2 which opens the obejct browser
-all you need is there compelte object models, methods etc...
-F1 on these will bring up the help + samples
-BUT VBA for office help files are not standard installed you've to install them explicitly if they're not installed with te standard install

HAGD:O)Bruintje
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by:DOOM_DAEMON
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      Sorry fot Took it so Long...Anyway, I found it myself useful. Thanks.
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