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Detect Object OWC version

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I'm working with OWC and I need that Internet Explorer load de correct
In my company the users can have either Office 2000 or XP, and I need
that <OBJECT> tag raise an error or something if not found an especific
version. So, I could redirect to correctly page.
I canīt raise an error or nothing when the object don't load.
Please if something have an answer I apreciatte your help...
Thanks and sorry for my english, I'm argentina and I don't speak english
very good.

Lot of Thanks!!
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Jul 23 '05 #1
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On 08 Sep 2004 00:51:57 GMT, Lorena Palacios wrote:
I'm working with OWC ..
It might pay to give an URL when you
want to use uncommon terms. There is
only one single* reference to an 'owc'
in the entire c.l.js archive.

* two others clearly not relevant.

That suggests it is an ActiveX control, right?
...and I need that Internet Explorer load de correct

You are probably better off aking on
one of the MS groups, but..

If this comes down to a particular version
of IE, you might use 'IE conditional comments'..
More information at MSDN.

Andrew Thompson Open-source software suite Web & IT Help Science & Technology
Jul 23 '05 #2

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