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The applications in Microsoft Office for Windows 95 provide a rich set of objects to any OLE Automation controller. But even the richest set of objects is always lacking some critical component when it comes time to build a custom, object-oriented solution. This book explores using Visual Basic 4 not only to control objects provided by Microsoft Office for Windows 95 applications but also to enhance the set of objects provided by Office with customized Visual Basic objects. Learn how to coordinate applications for optimal performance. A custom program that uses multiple applications to provide a unified solution must act as a unit. Correct coordination among applications can make or break your solution. This book teaches you how to design your application for maximum effectiveness when it uses Microsoft Office for Windows 95 and Visual Basic applications simultaneously. You'll learn how to code for optimal performance. No Visual Basic programmer should be without this valuable information.