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' using events in Word
' taken from Example06.vb
Public Class Form1

   Public Delegate Sub UpdateEventTextDelegate(ByVal message As String)
   Dim _updateDelegate As UpdateEventTextDelegate

   Public Sub New()

      ' This call is required by the Windows Form Designer.

      _updateDelegate = New UpdateEventTextDelegate(AddressOf UpdateTextbox)

   End Sub

   Private Sub button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles button1.Click

        ' start word and turn off msg boxes
        Dim wordApplication As New Word.Application()
        wordApplication.DisplayAlerts = False

        ' we register some events. note: the event trigger was called from word, 
' means an other Thread
Dim newHandler As Word.Application_NewDocumentEventHandler = _
AddressOf Me.wordA_NewDocumentEvent AddHandler wordApplication.NewDocumentEvent, newHandler Dim newCloseHandler As Word.Application_DocumentBeforeCloseEventHandler = _
AddressOf Me.word_DocumentBeforeCloseEvent AddHandler wordApplication.DocumentBeforeCloseEvent, newCloseHandler ' add a document and close Dim document As Word.Document = wordApplication.Documents.Add() document.Close() ' close word and dispose reference wordApplication.Quit() wordApplication.Dispose() End Sub Private Sub word_NewDocumentEvent(ByVal Doc As Word.Document) textBoxEvents.BeginInvoke(_updateDelegate, _
New Object() {"Event NewDocumentEvent called."}) Doc.Dispose() End Sub Private Sub word_DocumentBeforeCloseEvent(ByVal Doc As Word.Document, ByRef Cancel As Boolean) textBoxEvents.BeginInvoke(_updateDelegate, _
New Object() {"Event DocumentBeforeClose called."}) Doc.Dispose() End Sub Private Sub UpdateTextbox(ByVal message As String) textBoxEvents.AppendText(message & vbNewLine) End Sub End Class

Last edited Jun 13, 2012 at 10:01 AM by SebastianDotNet, version 7


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