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Subject:Re: Tutorials in Help. . . From:Jack DeLand <adamchar -at- CHAMBER -dot- ANN-ARBOR -dot- MI -dot- US> Date:Wed, 8 May 1996 17:58:39 -0400
Actually, there's tons of this stuff. Here's an example of code running an
Start Word 7.0
Open the WINWORD.CNT file.
Check the topic name and search the Help file for that topic.
You'll find each of these peckerwoods runs something in Word (just wait a sec).
Bad news? It's all *** hard-coded *** daddy-o.
I can getcha absolutely anything you want, but cheap it ain't.
And for lord's sake, don't muck with that CNT file or you'll hose it up for
good. Muck with a backup.
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