Note that Microsoft doesn't recommend this practice, and does not support it. The Office suite was not designed to be used in a multi-user, unattended environment can be quite unstable when used in such a manner.
See: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q257757 Regards, Kevin >>> [EMAIL PROTECTED] 05/30/02 01:49PM >>> Microsoft Word works as an automation server when installed so that other processes can interact with it. So, you need to have Word installed on the server... HTH, -- Howie Hamlin - inFusion Project Manager On-Line Data Solutions, Inc. - www.CoolFusion.com - 631-737-4668 x101 inFusion Mail Server (iMS) - The Award-winning, Intelligent Mail Server >>> Find out how iMS Stacks up to the competition: >http://www.coolfusion.com/imssecomparison.cfm ----- Original Message ----- From: "Deanna Schneider" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: "CF-Talk" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2002 4:35 PM Subject: word without word on the server > Hi Folks, > I don't think this is possible, but I wanted to double check. > > Is it possible to write a word document "on the fly" that includes images, > or more precisely, headers and footers? I can write the text (body) parts of > it without a problem, and even get all the stupid mso-styles to work > appropriately. But, when it comes to embedding images, I'm at a loss. > > By the way, we do not have word installed on the server, and we're not > running IIS. > > -Deanna > > > Deanna Schneider > Interactive Media Developer > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > > ______________________________________________________________________ Your ad could be here. Monies from ads go to support these lists and provide more resources for the community. http://www.fusionauthority.com/ads.cfm FAQ: http://www.thenetprofits.co.uk/coldfusion/faq Archives: http://email@example.com/ Unsubscribe: http://www.houseoffusion.com/index.cfm?sidebar=lists