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RE: Run external apps based on ext
Thread ID: 392545 Mike Ayuso RE: Run external apps based on ext Dear Team, > I am developing a small app with a grid for the user to select a file from windows explorer using the GEFILE function. Once I have the actual file location and file name, I want to be able to have my app to automatically open the external application to open the file or document selected from my grid. For example the content of the grid in column1 = "C:\Users\Mike\Documents\Fitness\Abs1.jpg". Based on the file extension as in this example, to open up Microsoft Paint to edit the file Abs1.jpg. The files selected can be a range of document types. It can be a PDF, Word, Excel sheet, etc. Based on the extension to automatically open

RE: Run external apps based on ext
Thread ID: 392545 Mike Ayuso RE: Run external apps based on ext Dear Team, > I am developing a small app with a grid for the user to select a file from windows explorer using the GEFILE function. Once I have the actual file location and file name, I want to be able to have my app to automatically open the external application to open the file or document selected from my grid. For example the content of the grid in column1 = "C:\Users\Mike\Documents\Fitness\Abs1.jpg". Based on the file extension as in this example, to open up Microsoft Paint to edit the file Abs1.jpg. The files selected can be a range of document types. It can be a PDF, Word, Excel sheet, etc. Based on the extension to automatically open

RE: RUN MS WORD IN VISUAL FOSPRO
Thread ID: 253439 Mike Gagnon RE: RUN MS WORD IN VISUAL FOSPRO I love Foxpro HELLO EVERYBODY, I WANT TO RUN MS WORD IN VISUAL FOXPRO JUST LIKE AS EXCEL, PLS HELP ME....... http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=Word+Automation+Foxpro Mike Gagnon Refox XI +(English version)

RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice
Thread ID: 357970 Manish Swami RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice Hi Is there really no way to use MSGraph in a VFP program without MSOffice program (e.g. Excel) installed in the machine. I have a program that use MSGraph, made and have been running in PCs with MSOffice but now it has to go on server without MSOffice and users will run it from there. This server is just for this program and nothing else so it is harsh if we have to buy MSOffice license for all users. MSOffice will never be used on the server except for when users updata the graph in the program and that is done mostly once a day for each user. I've been searching on the internet and all I can find is that MSOffice has to be installed. So

RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice
Thread ID: 357970 David Mustakim RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice Hi Is there really no way to use MSGraph in a VFP program without MSOffice program (e.g. Excel) installed in the machine. I have a program that use MSGraph, made and have been running in PCs with MSOffice but now it has to go on server without MSOffice and users will run it from there. This server is just for this program and nothing else so it is harsh if we have to buy MSOffice license for all users. MSOffice will never be used on the server except for when users updata the graph in the program and that is done mostly once a day for each user. I've been searching on the internet and all I can find is that MSOffice has to be installed

RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice
Thread ID: 357970 Jens Reynisson RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice Hi Is there really no way to use MSGraph in a VFP program without MSOffice program (e.g. Excel) installed in the machine. I have a program that use MSGraph, made and have been running in PCs with MSOffice but now it has to go on server without MSOffice and users will run it from there. This server is just for this program and nothing else so it is harsh if we have to buy MSOffice license for all users. MSOffice will never be used on the server except for when users updata the graph in the program and that is done mostly once a day for each user. I've been searching on the internet and all I can find is that MSOffice has to be installed

RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice
Thread ID: 357970 Jens Reynisson RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice Hi Is there really no way to use MSGraph in a VFP program without MSOffice program (e.g. Excel) installed in the machine. I have a program that use MSGraph, made and have been running in PCs with MSOffice but now it has to go on server without MSOffice and users will run it from there. This server is just for this program and nothing else so it is harsh if we have to buy MSOffice license for all users. MSOffice will never be used on the server except for when users updata the graph in the program and that is done mostly once a day for each user. I've been searching on the internet and all I can find is that MSOffice has to be installed

RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice
Thread ID: 357970 Cesar RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice Hi Is there really no way to use MSGraph in a VFP program without MSOffice program (e.g. Excel) installed in the machine. I have a program that use MSGraph, made and have been running in PCs with MSOffice but now it has to go on server without MSOffice and users will run it from there. This server is just for this program and nothing else so it is harsh if we have to buy MSOffice license for all users. MSOffice will never be used on the server except for when users updata the graph in the program and that is done mostly once a day for each user. I've been searching on the internet and all I can find is that MSOffice has to be installed. So if anyone

RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice
Thread ID: 357970 Jens Reynisson RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice Hi Is there really no way to use MSGraph in a VFP program without MSOffice program (e.g. Excel) installed in the machine. I have a program that use MSGraph, made and have been running in PCs with MSOffice but now it has to go on server without MSOffice and users will run it from there. This server is just for this program and nothing else so it is harsh if we have to buy MSOffice license for all users. MSOffice will never be used on the server except for when users updata the graph in the program and that is done mostly once a day for each user. I've been searching on the internet and all I can find is that MSOffice has to be installed

RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice
Thread ID: 357970 Bernard Bout RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice Hi Is there really no way to use MSGraph in a VFP program without MSOffice program (e.g. Excel) installed in the machine. I have a program that use MSGraph, made and have been running in PCs with MSOffice but now it has to go on server without MSOffice and users will run it from there. This server is just for this program and nothing else so it is harsh if we have to buy MSOffice license for all users. MSOffice will never be used on the server except for when users updata the graph in the program and that is done mostly once a day for each user. I've been searching on the internet and all I can find is that MSOffice has to be installed. So

RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice
Thread ID: 357970 Jens Reynisson RE: Run MSGraph without MSOffice Hi Is there really no way to use MSGraph in a VFP program without MSOffice program (e.g. Excel) installed in the machine. I have a program that use MSGraph, made and have been running in PCs with MSOffice but now it has to go on server without MSOffice and users will run it from there. This server is just for this program and nothing else so it is harsh if we have to buy MSOffice license for all users. MSOffice will never be used on the server except for when users updata the graph in the program and that is done mostly once a day for each user. I've been searching on the internet and all I can find is that MSOffice has to be installed

RE: RUN NOTEPAD within VFP??
>? ShellExecute(0, "Open", "Notepad.exe", "", "", 1) How do I force it to use NOTEPAD instead of defaulting to EXCEL, which it will do because of its association? Although I can change the association on my own desktop

RE: Run Office for all users?
Thread ID: 292789 tushar RE: Run Office for all users? Hi all > While doing some tests with impersonation, I got following error when I tried to display some data in Excel. > > The message says I must run the setup. 1. Is there another way, as the system administrator, to let other users open the already installed Excel application? > 2. Usually, when I install software, I select the "install for all users" option. But I might have overseen it by the last... you should revert the impersonation when you run excel. Regards Tushar

RE: Run Office for all users?
Thread ID: 292789 Samir H. RE: Run Office for all users? Hi all > While doing some tests with impersonation, I got following error when I tried to display some data in Excel. > > The message says I must run the setup. 1. Is there another way, as the system administrator, to let other users open the already installed Excel application? > 2. Usually, when I install software, I select the "install for all users" option. But I might have overseen it by the last... you should revert the impersonation when you run excel. > Regards Tushar Hi Tushar, pity that I can't test now what I think you meant with your reply: If I don't revert the impersonation, the user could gain access to files

RE: Run Office for all users?
Thread ID: 292789 tushar RE: Run Office for all users? > Maybe you should revert the impersonation when you run excel. > Regards Tushar > > Hi Tushar, pity that I can't test now what I think you meant with your reply: If I don't revert the impersonation, the user could gain access to files he's not allowed to, by using the Open & Save dialogs of Excel? Did you mean that? > Regards Samir Actually , if you start excel in while impersonating, excel should start as the impersonated user and then you will gain access to the files. If you revert to the normal user and then start excel, excel should be the normal excel. Regards Tushar

RE: Run Office for all users?
Thread ID: 292789 Samir H. RE: Run Office for all users? > > Hi Tushar, pity that I can't test now what I think you meant with your reply: If I don't revert the impersonation, the user could gain access to files he's not allowed to, by using the Open & Save dialogs of Excel? Did you mean that? > Regards Samir > Actually , if you start excel in while impersonating, excel should start as the impersonated user and then you will gain access to the files. If you revert to the normal user and then start excel, excel should be the normal excel. > Regards Tushar Ok, I'll test that when my CD drive works again. That would mean that reverting the impersonation is more

RE: Run Other Program Inside the Main VFP Window
Thread ID: 85382 Ken Murphy RE: Run Other Program Inside the Main VFP Window Hi, > I was wondering if it is possible on VFP to run other program for example Windows Explorer, Word, Excel, etc... inside the main VFP Window. > Your help is greatly appreciated... > Thanks, > Zed Yes - take a look at SHELLEXEC. Ken

RE: Run Other Program Inside the Main VFP Window
Thread ID: 85382 Dexter Carlit RE: Run Other Program Inside the Main VFP Window Hi, > I was wondering if it is possible on VFP to run other program for example Windows Explorer, Word, Excel, etc... inside the main VFP Window. > Your help is greatly appreciated... > Thanks, > Zed > Yes - take a look at SHELLEXEC. > Ken Ken, Thanks for your immediate reply, However I have a code for SHELLEXEC which I think somehow still didn't resolve my concern...... DECLARE INTEGER ShellExecute IN shell32.dll ; INTEGER hndWin, ; STRING cAction, ; STRING cFileName, ; STRING cParams, ; STRING cDir, ; INTEGER nShowWin nHndWin = 0 cFileName = "explorer.exe" cAction = "open" cDir

RE: Run Other Program Inside the Main VFP Window
Thread ID: 85382 Ken Murphy RE: Run Other Program Inside the Main VFP Window Hi, > I was wondering if it is possible on VFP to run other program for example Windows Explorer, Word, Excel, etc... inside the main VFP Window. > Your help is greatly appreciated... > Thanks, > Zed > Yes - take a look at SHELLEXEC. > Ken > Ken, > Thanks for your immediate reply, However I have a code for SHELLEXEC which I think somehow still didn't resolve my concern...... > DECLARE INTEGER ShellExecute IN shell32.dll ; INTEGER hndWin, ; STRING cAction, ; STRING cFileName, ; STRING cParams, ; STRING cDir, ; INTEGER nShowWin > > nHndWin = 0 cFileName = "explorer.exe" cAction = "open

RE: Run Other Program Inside the Main VFP Window
Thread ID: 85382 Dexter Carlit RE: Run Other Program Inside the Main VFP Window Hi, > I was wondering if it is possible on VFP to run other program for example Windows Explorer, Word, Excel, etc... inside the main VFP Window. > Your help is greatly appreciated... > Thanks, > Zed > Yes - take a look at SHELLEXEC. > Ken > Ken, > Thanks for your immediate reply, However I have a code for SHELLEXEC which I think somehow still didn't resolve my concern...... > Excel, etc... INSIDE OF THE Main Visual Foxpro Environment

RE: Run Other Program Inside the Main VFP Window
Thread ID: 85382 Barbara Peisch RE: Run Other Program Inside the Main VFP Window Thanks for your help, However with regards to your reply somehow the output of your Class Define and the simple ShellExec code that I had was almost the same. What we really need is if there' a way that we can run for example the Windows Explorer, Word, Excel, etc... INSIDE OF THE Main Visual Foxpro Environment.... > Again thanks for your help, You can do that for programs that are available as an OCX. For example, I believe that Adobe Acrobat 7 has an OCX component. I found this location: http://www.popularshareware.com/Word-OCX-download-8367.html which claims to have an OCX for Word that's writtine in VB.
RE: Run Other Program Inside the Main VFP Window
Thread ID: 85382 Eric den Doop RE: Run Other Program Inside the Main VFP Window Thanks for your help, However with regards to your reply somehow the output of your Class Define and the simple ShellExec code that I had was almost the same. What we really need is if there' a way that we can run for example the Windows Explorer, Word, Excel, etc... INSIDE OF THE Main Visual Foxpro Environment.... You can do this with the SetParent() API. Here's a basic sample: DECLARE SetParent IN WIN32API integer hWndChild, integer hWndParent DECLARE LONG FindWindow IN WIN32API STRING lpClassName, STRING lpWindowName DECLARE LONG Sleep IN WIN32API LONG nDuration RUN /n "explorer.exe" && on my system, Explorer

RE: Run Report from a report
use word for our reports. Very easy and very quick. > Boudewijn LutgeĀ®ink Boudewijn.Lutgerink@foxite.com If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it? (Einstein) I already used excel as printing report, I find it very good and excellent design for printing and i am thinking of making all my reports goes to excel, unless i didnot find or search yet if i can make a preview screen inside my foxpro application, but what I

RE: Run time Error no '445'
Thread ID: 197380 Eric den Doop RE: Run time Error no '445' Hi all , > I have tried to open MS excel in Windows Vista with the following code "oWorkbook = oExcel.Application.Workbooks.Open(sy_path+ExcelName)" Run time Error no '445' is occurring saying "Object doesn't support this action'. > Can anyone guide as what may be the reason for this error in Windows Vista. > > Cheers Kavita What happens if you execute: oWorkbook = oExcel.Workbooks.Open(sy_path+ExcelName) What version of Excel are you using and what is the value of the sy_path and ExcelName variables? -- Eric den Doop www.foxite.com - The Home Of The Visual FoxPro Experts

RE: Run time Error no '445'
Thread ID: 197380 Kishore Kumar RE: Run time Error no '445' The command you are using to open excel file seems to be correct and is working fine for me. I doubt the path part. What value does the variables sy_path and ExcelName contain. Regards Kishore Hi all , > I have tried to open MS excel in Windows Vista with the following code "oWorkbook = oExcel.Application.Workbooks.Open(sy_path+ExcelName)" Run time Error no '445' is occurring saying "Object doesn't support this action'. > Can anyone guide as what may be the reason for this error in Windows Vista. > > Cheers Kavita


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