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Old 05-08-2006, 01:48 PM   #1
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I created a command button that when pressed would open a specific word document that I created. I have tried many different ways to write the code without any success. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
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Hmm.... I will have a go at that for you, its a toughie!
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Okay dude, i have got it . Make a Macro, and make an action thing called RunApp

Then, in the box on the bottom left, type winword ~~~Path to file~~~

for exaple, in mine, i did : winword "C:\Documents and Settings\Joseph\My Documents\blah.doc"



Hope this is of help to you!
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Rock n' Roll... thanx
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Sokay Oh, and welcome to Computer Forums!
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