The full path and name of the file containing the COM (or ActiveX) object.
The class of the object. The
argument has these parts:
The name of the application.
The class of object to create, delimited from
Appname by using a point ( . ). For
Returns a reference to an ActiveX object
Accesses an ActiveX server held within a specified file
class are optional, at least one parameter
must be supplied.
In situations where you cannot create a project-level reference to an ActiveX object, you can use the GetObject function to assign an object reference from an external ActiveX object to an object variable.
GetObject is used when there is a current instance of the ActiveX object; to create the instance, use the CreateObject function.
If you specify
pathname as a zero-length
string, GetObject will return a new instance of
the object — unless the object is registered as single instance,
in which case the current instance will be returned.
If you omit the pathname, the current instance of the object will be returned.
An error is generated if
pathname is not
specified and no current instance of the object can be found.
The object variable you will use within your program to hold a reference ...