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    Arrow Before You Post: Office Applications

    In order to help others more easily solve your Office programming questions, please indicate in the title of your post the program you're posting about.

    The following are example thread questions with the Office application identified:

    "[Access] How do I show a report?"
    "[Excel] How do I enumerate open workbooks/sheets?"
    "[InfoPath] How do I open a custom template?"
    "[Outlook] How do I read emails?"
    "[PowerPoint] How do I modify a slide show?"
    "[Word] How do I determine the current page?"
    "[Visio] How do I programmatically create a shape?"

    If more then one Office application is involved please indicate which Office application is the one you are writing code in.

    Providing the version of your Office application will also help.

    Thank You
    Last edited by brad jones; Jul 17th, 2007 at 07:51 AM. Reason: grammatics
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