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- Create a text file that is named Test.html.
- Copy and paste the following code into the Test.html file.
subWin = window.open("test.doc");
subWin = null;
<INPUT type="button" value="Open doc window" onClick="openSubView()" ID="Button1" NAME="Button1">
<INPUT type="button" value="Close doc window" onClick="closeSubView()" ID="Button2" NAME="Button2">
- Create a Word document that is named Test.doc.
- Type Hello World in the Test.doc file.
- Open Test.html in Internet Explorer 6 or in Internet Explorer 7.
- Click Open doc window.
Notice that the Word document is loaded in the child window.
- Click Close doc window to close the child window.
Notice that you experience the problem that is mentioned in the "Symptoms" section.
ID d'article : 934365 - Dernière mise à jour : 22 sept. 2011 - Révision : 1