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Right. And to "emulate" the with object statement you could do something like this:

for ($Word->Options) { $_->{LocalNetworkFile}=0; $_->{LabelSmartTags}=0; }
{ my %opt = ( LocalNetworkFile => 0, AllowFastSave => 1, BackgroundSave => 1, CreateBackup => 0, SavePropertiesPrompt => 0, SaveInterval => 10, SaveNormalPrompt => 0, DisableFeaturesbyDefault => 0, ); map $Word->Options->{$_} => $opt{$_}, keys %opt; }

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In reply to Re^2: Win32::OLE Word Macro Conversion by Jenda
in thread Win32::OLE Word Macro Conversion by offspinner

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