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Stephane David3-Jan-04 9:58
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Thank you for your answer. I agree that user should never see an exception, but I think it is even better to write correct code and avoid the exception, rather than displaying the error message. Exception would be nice if for instance the .dot file doesn't exist, but here it seems to be different.

About the empty : the Find.Execute function takes 15 parameters. The VBA help of Word gives me the feeling that none are supposed to be empty, but false. I have tried to use empty with some of these parameters, that are supposed to be facultative, but it changed nothing.

So I'm in need of more specific solution.


About the naming convention: I usually don't use hungarian notation, except in two cases. First, to differentiate between some parameters (like if I have a member Param, and a parameter Param), or when I'm porting an old C++ code, which is the case here, and I forget to rename a few classes or function.
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