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VIEWING THE POSSIBLE API CALLS

You can view API calls immediately in a couple of ways. One way is by using the API Viewer that comes with Microsoft Office Developer. The other is to copy the example in the text file called Win32api.txt.

Using the API Viewer to Locate Calls

A good source for API calls is the API Viewer that comes with Microsoft Office Developer. The API Viewer that comes with the MOD is useful for getting an idea of the available API calls. To use the API Viewer, follow these steps:

1.
From the Start menu, choose Programs, Microsoft Office Developer, and finally API Viewer. A blank viewer appears.
2.
From the File menu choose Load Text File. The Select a Text API File dialog appears.
3.
Select Win32api.txt and click Open. ...

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