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Hi,

Is it possible to display MS Word in a MDI child window/normal Delphi Form? If so, how?


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Mokwaja
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  Here is how : http://www.softmosis.ca/WordFAQ.html

  the form type MDI child or MDI Form - it is the same.

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There is a Demo example, in your Demo folder

Demos\ActiveX\OleCtnrs\

olesdi  {standard}

or

olemdi  {MDI}

Hope this helps!

SHane
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Thanks guys!
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