Re: Bring to Front?
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 16:46:30 +0200
> How can I bring a word document to the front of the display? At present,
> my documents are all in the background (invisible). When I've finished
> with automation, I want to bring one to the front (on top). Any ideas?
When using automation, the Office applications are started invisibly
themselves. Therefore, you'll have to let the application appear:
Application.Visible = true
or through Automation (assuming your object variable is called wdObj):
wdObj.Visible = true
Then activate/select your document (assuming you have a reference to
the doc called docObj):
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