How to Implement Solution to "Server Busy" Message

The following solution was posted in response to a question about suppressing the "Servery Busy" message.  How is this solution implemented?  Can I script it in VBA?
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Use the following:
COleMessageFilter* pFlt = AfxOleGetMessageFilter( );
pFlt->EnableBusyDialog(FALSE); // turn of the dialog completely

or

pFlt->SetRetryReply( your_retry_value);
pFlt->SetMessagePendingDelay ( your_timeout_value);
pottsjaAsked:
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ZoppoCommented:
Hi pottsja,

I do not really understand what you mean with '... script it in VBA?'

That dialog IMO is a MFC internal created dialog, so it only appears in MFC applications. With the mentioned code you can modifiy the behavior of that dialog from within the MFC application. IMO there's no chance to control this from outside of the application.

ZOPPO
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pottsjaAuthor Commented:
Zoppo,

I'm getting the error in an application (call it "App X") that runs a VB script which opens a form in Microsoft Word.  The form has FILLIN fields that prompt the user to enter information when it's opened.  When the user delays entering data more than a few seconds App X displays the "server Busy" message.  My understanding from the application's developer is that this is related to Microsoft COM.

I didn't understand the code in the proposed solution, and I was wondering exactly where to enter this code.  Does it go in a .DLL?  Windows registry?  Can I add it to the VB script that App X is running?  I just need to know how to implement this.
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ZoppoCommented:
The only possibility to do this is by placing the code in the "App X"-source, so only the developers of that application can do it ...

ZOPPO
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pottsjaAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your quick response; I'll talk to the developers.
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