Dsoframer in vb.net

I found the knowledge base article that describes the dsoframer control

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;311765

does any one have some vb.net code samples they would be willing to share?


johnnyg123Asked:
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Mikal613Commented:
The DSOFramer work fine also with c#.
1. Register dsoframer.ocx (regsvr32 "path/dsoframer.ocx")
2. From your project in VS2003 make reference to dsoframer.ocx.
3. Add dsoframer.ocx to your toobox and put from toolbox to winform;
4. You got like - private AxDSOFramer.AxFramerControl axFControl;
5. In InitializeComponent(); to open existing document use:
axFControl.Open("C://Doc.doc",false,"Word.Document",Type.Missing,Type.Missing);
"C://Doc.doc" - path to word document (.xls for Excel);
false - allow editing;
"Word.Document" - type of office application ("Excel.Sheet" or "Excel.Chart" for Excel);
Type.Missing - user name and password if not exists.
6. Run your WinForm and voila!!!
7. Ofcourse, play with properties and other control stuff.
8. Create new office document - axFControl.CreateNew (some technik).
9. With VB.NET should be some easy.
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johnnyg123Author Commented:
I've got the control to display and I can open a file ...I was just wondering if someone had an example that had some examples of using file functions, replacing text, etc...
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Naveen SwamyYash Infinite Solutions Private LimitedCommented:
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johnnyg123Author Commented:
Both replies were helpful....I was able to play around and get it to work
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