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Posted on 2002-07-22
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Hi kretzschmar

I would like to be able to produce ID cards and certificates from a Delphi application, but using templates created in another application (Publisher).

Thank you

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i guess you need a com-object,
after creation you can use com-methods,
which are described in the vba-help-file
of the ms-product you use
(normally this helpfile is not installed by default,
but can installed afterwards)

but i'm not the specialist for this

hope some other notice this q2

meikl ;-)
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Thanks kretzschmar
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