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Set Extra Host Options with VBA

Set Extra Host Options with VBA

Set Extra Host Options with VBA

(OP)
hi all,

Need help figuring out the correct syntax (Excel vba) for the below property, i cant find an example anywhere :(
My object browser is working (in excel) but crashes when i try to access the help files.

Property Lines As Integer
Member of EXTRA.ExtraHostOptions
Returns or sets the number of lines on a page


I have tried the follow to no avail.

System.ExtraHostOptions.Lines = 25
System.Lines = 25
ExtraHostOptions.Lines = 25
System.HostOptions.Lines = 25
Sess0.ExtraHostOptions.Lines
Sess0.Lines = 25


i'm sure its something obvious but my mind has gone blank ;)
any help would be great.

thanks
jazznaura

RE: Set Extra Host Options with VBA

Have you tried to make a HostOptions Object first?

Doing something like this should create your HostOptions object, and then you should be able to use the Lines function.

CODE

Dim Hostoption as Object
Set Hostoption = Sess0.Screen.HostOptions 

Lakare

RE: Set Extra Host Options with VBA

(OP)
thats great Lakare worked a treat, thanks very much.

jazznaura.

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