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While opening a doc distiction between a preview and a normal open in Lotus script

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Hi,
I want to put some code in the postopen event of a document but I have to execute different code depending on if the document is being opened by previewing or the normal way. Do you know, in Lotus Script, how to get the way that the current doc is opened?

Thanks,
Koray.
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In PostOpen, you already have the NotesUIDocument (as "Source") available.
NotesUIDocument has a property InPreviewpane (True/False). So:

If Source.InPreviewFrame then
   ' put your code to execute in preview here
Else
   ' put your code to execute in normal mode here
End if
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Thank you very much
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