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Executing a word macro on a document from java

 
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Hi,

Is it possible to run a word macro on a word document from java application? If yes, could u please provide some sample code.

Thanks,
Srini
 
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No, I don't have an answer for you.
But I'm wondering... why would you need to do this? Why wouldn't you just do it in that program?
 
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I am generating a word document with table of contents using itext. The table of contents are visible only when i select the content and press F9. So I wrote a macro to do that. I would like to invoke this macro programatically after the report is generated by itext.
 
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