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How to use Powerbuilder to modify  Microsoft Office (Excel) menu item

Posted on 2002-06-20
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I have a problem trying to modify the menu item of an Excel workbook through powerbuilder though i can do it with VBA but I have no idea doing in Powerbuilder. Can anyone help me with this ?
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Question by:theankeong
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Bhatti earned 50 total points
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Try with ExecRemote() function.

Please read in Help about this function, may brings some positive results.

With this function you can run VB functions.


Please let me know the results.

Best regards

Raheel
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