Hi. I have a program made in Visual Basic 6 which uses dsoFramer control to embed a Microsoft Word document. It works fine on Microsoft Office 2000, 2002, 2003 and 2007, but has some issues on some installations of Microsoft Office 2010 and 2013, and it doesn't work with the new Microsoft Office 2016 (there is a free technical preview version at
I have a Visual Basic 6 application which creates a Word document based on a template created on an embedded Microsoft Word document inside the application. It works fine on previous Microsoft Office versions (Word-2007, Word-2010, Word-2013 professional) but it doesn't work on Microsoft Word 2016 preview version. I'm getting the ...
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Add a parameter to DSOFramer from Microsoft that when set, will open the document at the provided URL. For example, this would be embedded in a web page as follows: <object classid="clsid:00460182-9E5E-11d5-B7C8-B8269041DD57" id="oframe" width="100%" height="100%"> <param name="BorderStyle" value="0"...
...770AA9B60D77&displaylang=en> This simple page has only? a button to save and cancel and loads a WORD document (path passed? in on url) at load time.? Projects includes instructions on how to set up rights? on? IIS6 on server 2003 (running word 2003) ? ## Deliverables Rent A Coder requirements notice: As originally posted, this bid request
We're using the DSOFramer mechanism to connect to Excel in a standalone C# .Net application. Whenever the program ends abnormally (such as by crashing, or by stopping debugging) the DSOFramer and Excel combination gets stuck in process, and the next time the program runs, things don't work correctly. If you go to process manager, and kill [login to view URL]
I need a small improvement of the dsoframer control from microsoft <[login to view URL]> The source code is attached to the bid. I need one additional method on the control Called: ReplaceText( p_sFind, p_sReplace, p_bMatchCase ) This method shall work with all versions of Word (and is possible also Excel) from office 2000
...saving Microsoft Word documents within a web browser. First, everything must be secure, via https, and using basic authentication for password protected directories. Second, the ActiveX control, or method, to allow viewing, editing, and saving back to the web server, must allow full access to all toolbars and commands of Microsoft Word. We had built a