I want to add one of these custom properties using a VBScript file. You must open a document oledocumehtproperties perform the action requested. Sign up using Email and Password. United States — English. Quick links Most recent Most popular Unanswered My threads.
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Sign up using Facebook. I want to retrieve the document properties for a. To read and write custom file properties, you need to use the DSOFile. Contribute Why not write for us? Some Guy 2 6. Developer Fusion — The global developer community for. Did this solve your problem?
More info on using the dsofile. NET and Java programmers. Managed hosting by Everycity. William Thompson replied to What is the name of the Win Close Before running this code, make sure you have registered oledocumentproperfies.
Reply 12 years ago. Skip to main content. You must close the current document before opening a new one in the same object. Reply 10 years ago.
An item by that name already exists in the collection. The component converts the data to Automation friendly data types for easier use by high level programming languages such as Visual Basic 6. Tell us what we can do to improve the article Submit. Hi, Code is working fine very help full.
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You can use this in your custom applications to read and to edit the OLE document properties that are associated with Microsoft Office files, such as the following: Alternatively just tell us what you think! Scott Carline replied to 4 x C Developers for large Reply 11 years ago. The document is in use by another program and cannot be opened for read-write access. Cannot access property because the set it belongs to does not exist. The command is not available because document was opened in read-only mode.
Dsofile ファイルを使用すると、office がインストールされていない場合に Office ドキュメントのプロパティを編集できます。
You have a royalty-free right to use, to modify, to reproduce, and to distribute the Dsofile. This is provided that you agree that Microsoft has no warranty, no obligations, and no liability for their use or for the information provided within. The component and source code is provided free of charge for educational purposes only and is considered a sample. If you want to use the component, or any part thereof, in a production solution, you are responsible for reviewing, for modifying, for testing, and for supporting the component yourself.
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