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Thread: M$ Work in IE

  1. #1

    M$ Work in IE

    This is what i want...i want to make a hyperlink which will open a M$ word file but inside IE
    my biology teacher has done that using some tool of , how do i do this manually?
    (i cant just copy and paste all the text....too many tabs and it goes off the page)
    thanks in advance

  2. #2
    ok. make a html file with:
    <A HREF="file://C:\path\whatever.doc" > click here </A>
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    nope that is not exactly what i need...when i click it it asks me whether i want to save/open....
    i need something like when i click it that IE itself kind of changes a bit into teacher had that and he used some tool and his website is down now also

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    AO French Antique News Whore
    Join Date
    Aug 2001
    He want to embelled a DOC into IE. (Word open inside a IE Windows like PDF File do - Best Exemple I know)
    -Simon \"SDK\"

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    oh. ok. save the word document into the ftp space where the web page is, and include
    <A HREF="whatever.doc" > click here </A>. it works on my system, although im not sure if it opens up word on newer versions of windows. good luck.
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    +++++++-+-+-+-+-+ +-+-+-+ +-+-+-+-++

  6. #6
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2003
    Hey Hey,

    I think you want to do something like this.....

    <FRAMESET ROWS="50, *">;
    	<FRAME Name="links" SRC="yourcrap.html">
    	<FRAME Name="content" SRC="yourdoc.doc">
    Anyways this should work for ya,


  7. #7
    Just wanted to thank you HTRegz....yes thats exactly what i wanted it to open word in IE
    thank you all for your help

    weird in school on the front page it works just fine but now at home i get the save/open window again on that code....looks like I'll be doin the site in school while they taking notes

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