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Old December 3rd, 2003, 06:15 AM
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I'm having trobule even starting the following tasks:

* Open Messenger w/ VB.NET preferably VBA
* Connect
* Add contacts

I have found the refernces but in VBA I'm receive the message that it can not be automated. VB .NET I receive invalid syntax or use of object.

If you completed a similiar project, please help. Also if you can refer your solutions to the VB .NET Professional 2nd Edition Text It will much appreciated.


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