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how to call a standard Find and replace dialog box for embeded word application

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Hi everybody,
Can anyone tell how to call a standard "Find and Replace dialog box" while my application (embeded word aplication) is at run time. Is there any embeded somewhere ?? or do i have to design one !!

i am having a win application that i have created myself on VB. there is no word menu bar. i would like the user to call a standard Find dialog box (Ctrl+F) to jump to a specific line in the treeview for ease in searching and selection. My question is, is it possible to call such a dialog box ? i know it is , but HOW ??
Oct 24 '07 #1
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numberwhun
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Hi everybody,
Can anyone tell how to call a standard "Find and Replace dialog box" while my application (embeded word aplication) is at run time. Is there any embeded somewhere ?? or do i have to design one !!

i am having a win application that i have created myself on VB. there is no word menu bar. i would like the user to call a standard Find dialog box (Ctrl+F) to jump to a specific line in the treeview for ease in searching and selection. My question is, is it possible to call such a dialog box ? i know it is , but HOW ??
You have posted a question into the "Introductions" forum. This forum is specifically for new OPs (users) to introduce themselves. If you have questions on a specific topic, please post them into the appropriate forum.

Since this seems to be a VB related question, I am moving this to the VB forum.

Regards,

Jeff
Oct 24 '07 #2

kadghar
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Hi everybody,
Can anyone tell how to call a standard "Find and Replace dialog box" while my application (embeded word aplication) is at run time. Is there any embeded somewhere ?? or do i have to design one !!
It should be one application dialog, i think it was the 112, i think this one might be of help.

application.dialogs(112).show

anyway, instead of 112 you can check out the MS Word's constants, it should be wdDialogFind or something like that.

HTH
Oct 24 '07 #3

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