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VBA Events and WithEvents

VBA Events and WithEvents

VBA Events and WithEvents

(OP)
I have written the following code in a form and in a class module (actually I got help from the internet).  It works fine in VBA 6.0 (Word 2000), but will not work in VBA 5.0 (Word 97) -- it actually was written for VB.

I am writing an automation document with Word and need my new programming in Word 2000 to work in Word 97.

Here's the code.  All I need is a translation from VBA 6.0 "event" to something that will work in VBA 5.0.
==========
This is the 6.0 code -- In Class Module (CWizard):
--------------
Option Explicit
Public Event Validate(ByRef CancelMove As Boolean)
Public Event DisplayStep()
Public Event Finish()

Private m_Step As Integer
Private m_StepCount As Integer

Public Property Get Step() As Integer
    Step = m_Step
End Property

Public Property Let Step(nStep As Integer)
    If nStep < 0 Or nStep >= m_StepCount Then
        Exit Property
    Else
        m_Step = nStep
        RaiseEvent DisplayStep
    End If
End Property

[More code]
=========
6.0 In Form (frmMain):
-----------
Private WithEvents m_Wizard As CWizard

Dim SectionStart As Integer
Dim SectionEnd As Integer
\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

VBA 5.0 (W97) doesn't like "Event" nor "RaiseEvent".

It will accept "WithEvents" in the Class Module, but I can't get the syntax correct and other things break.

I'd be happy to provide more info, if necessary.

Appreciate the help.

Thanks,

Dan

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