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extra in excel

extra in excel

extra in excel

(OP)
lets say i set system as
Set system = CreateObject("EXTRA.System")
how would i declare system so everytime i type
system. it will give me a list of all of the methods or properties that that associated with system.
i tried dim system as attachmate.extra and that did not work. thanks in advance!
Kevin

RE: extra in excel

Assuming your working in VB or VBA (in EB it's not possible):

Add a reference.
Tools>References
select Attachmate object

Then in code:
Dim System As ExtraSystem

I actually use these:
Public System As ExtraSystem
Public Sessions As ExtraSessions
Public Sess0 As ExtraSession
Public MyScn As ExtraScreen

Then I can refer to MyScn.... and have a drop down of properties and methods.

calculus

RE: extra in excel

(OP)
thanks alot

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