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Subject:Re: Microsoft shenanigans From:"Wing, Michael J" <mjwing -at- INGR -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 18 Dec 1997 16:41:28 -0600
I use IE4 with NT 4.0 and have no problems whatsoever. In fact, I am
basing my programming manual on IE4's VBScripting and dynamic HTML
capabilities. Both these capabilities allow the document to be
interactive. I can drive the application through the HTML document.
For example, I am currently writing a chapter on how to customize the
application menu(s) through automation. If the user has IE4, a VBScript
allows them to customize the application menu right through controls in
the HTML document.
I also have numerous code examples with a RUN button. Pressing the RUN
button in the HTML document drives the application using the example
> Thanks to all who responded on my IE4 question. Now that I know for
> sure what it is, I can weigh in.
> I have Windows 95 without IE. I use Netscape (hee hee). I have no
> problems at all.
> Is it possible that IE4 is meant for Windows 97, and is not
> nmerhar -at- charlesindustries -dot- com
> Send commands to listserv -at- listserv -dot- okstate -dot- edu (e.g., SIGNOFF
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