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Spell Checker in Remedy 7.0

Spell Checker in Remedy 7.0

Spell Checker in Remedy 7.0

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Hi,

Does anyone know how to integrate a spellchecker into Remedy 7.0? After a bit of investigation I have discovered that I need to add a DDE entry into the ar.ini file but have no idea where to start.

Additional information I have Word 2003 installed on all the client workstations.

Regards

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RE: Spell Checker in Remedy 7.0

There is a sample form Sample:Classes that has an active link for spell checker using OLE Automation.  I created a spell checker on an earlier version of Remedy (borrowing the sample) and it still works on version 7.  We use Word 97.  The only issue we had with it was to make sure our users had the option turned off in Outlook about using Word as the editor.

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