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i would like to import or show an existing file (html or xls) on my hard drive into a form.
it's to make a catalog
i have e few sheets and html pages and when i push a button in my app one of the fils chould open in a form.
i try the show code , but don't get the whole code
Would it be sufficient to merely have your VB application open the Microsoft program with the target .xls in its window?
Would it be sufficient to have the .html open in a browser, launched from your VB?