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Documentation required for Word components in Delphi 7

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Where can I get documentation for the Word XP components on the server tab in Delphi 7, I suspect that this will be a Microsoft document rather than a Delphi one.

Specifically I am looking for the functionality to do Global replace in Word documents and the Delphi code for this would be useful at the moment.

Thanks in anticipation.

Alan
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See if you have installed the VBA help from your Word installation.
Open the macro editor and have a look there.
The Delphi components simply give you access to the automation interface of Word.

Do a global rplace in Word while you record a macro. Have a look at the macro source.
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Thank you for the rapid response.

I do  not have VBA help installed, however I know where to look now.
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