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I just opened my spiffy new VB.NET 2003 and tried to run
my programs that worked fine in earlier VB.Net versions.
They use the statement IMPORTS WORD at the top of the
program or IMPORTS EXCEL, then proceed to address those
programs.

They didn't work.

So, I tooled around the documentation and I think I
discovered that I HAVE To use Office 2003 to do
automation now. That doesn't work, because most of my
user community doesn't have 2003. So, what am I
missing?

Linda Rae Williams
Nov 20 '05 #1
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> my programs that worked fine in earlier VB.Net versions.
They use the statement IMPORTS WORD at the top of the
program or IMPORTS EXCEL, then proceed to address those
programs.


I am assuming you added the references to your Excel or Word (right click on
references and COM) .

For an example how to automate Excel you can use

http://www.kjmsolutions.com/datasetarray.htm

Nov 20 '05 #2

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my programs that worked fine in earlier VB.Net versions. They use the statement IMPORTS WORD at the top of the
program or IMPORTS EXCEL, then proceed to address those
programs.

I am assuming you added the references to your Excel or

Word (right click onreferences and COM) .

For an example how to automate Excel you can use

http://www.kjmsolutions.com/datasetarray.htm

.

Nov 20 '05 #3

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Linda your message was blank.
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