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In Microsoft Excel, you can programmatically control Microsoft Schedule+, through Visual Basic for applications using OLE Automation. To use the properties and methods in the object library provided by Schedule+, you will need to create an object variable using the CreateObject function.
The following example will log you on to Schedule+, display the path to the schedule file, and then log you off.
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To use the macro, do the following:
Article ID: 140542 - Last Review: September 27, 2013 - Revision: 1.5
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