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Embed several Windows Media Player controls in one Word doc

Posted on 2009-07-08
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How must I modify the attached code to make it work for 2 embedded players? I think the players must be assigned names to which the code can refer but I don't know if "WindowsMediaPlayer1" may be renamed... Perhaps with a tag or a label?

Penelope
Private Sub Document_Open()

 

Dim strName As String

 

strName = strPATHNAME & "all.wmv"  'your file name

 

WindowsMediaPlayer1.windowlessVideo = True

WindowsMediaPlayer1.settings.autoStart = False   'stop it from automatically starting on load

 

WindowsMediaPlayer1.URL = strName   'add the path to your file

WindowsMediaPlayer1.settings.volume = 100      'here you can change initial volume

WindowsMediaPlayer1.settings.setMode "loop", False     'stop it from looping

 

End Sub

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"WindowsMediaPlayer2" will be the default name of the next Media Player Control. It can be changed in the controls properties.  

Penelope
Private Sub Document_Open()

 

Dim strName As String

 

strName = "C:\Delme\clock.avi"  'your file name

 

WindowsMediaPlayer1.windowlessVideo = True

WindowsMediaPlayer1.settings.autoStart = False   'stop it from automatically starting on load

 

WindowsMediaPlayer1.URL = strName   'add the path to your file

WindowsMediaPlayer1.settings.volume = 100      'here you can change initial volume

WindowsMediaPlayer1.settings.setMode "loop", True     'make it loop
 
 
 
 
 

strName = "C:\Delme\clock.avi"  'your file name

 

WindowsMediaPlayer2.windowlessVideo = True

WindowsMediaPlayer2.settings.autoStart = False   'stop it from automatically starting on load

 

WindowsMediaPlayer2.URL = strName   'add the path to your file

WindowsMediaPlayer2.settings.volume = 100      'here you can change initial volume

WindowsMediaPlayer2.settings.setMode "loop", True     'make it loop

 
 
 

 

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