OLE container


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OLE container

In OLE compound document technology, it is the OLE client application, which holds the linked or embedded objects. See OLE.
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Because it is an ActiveX control, this functionality can run within the context of any OLE container, such as Visual Basic, Excel or a Web browser.
The OLE container can be used along with the new NEWTNews OLE server so a full graphical news reader can be used within WebSurfer to read newsgroups.
Developers will be able to build OLE Container applications and make use of facilities such as OLE drag-and-drop and compound document storage without having to absorb the intricacies of the OLE API.
The Intelligent Windows NT Client is tightly integrated with FASTech's recently released WinSECS software which adds powerful, flexible Semiconductor Equipment Communications Standard (SECS) services to the Microsoft Visual Basic programming environment or other compatible OLE containers.
0, the Company's new software product which adds powerful, flexible Semiconductor Equipment Communications Standard (SECS) services to the Microsoft(R) Visual Basic(R) programming environment or other compatible OLE containers.
For OLE, developers have access to over 40,000 lines of support classes for OLE containers, servers, controls, and automation built into the system.
The OLE containers may be used to "drop in" such OLE objects as spreadsheets, bitmaps, or documents.
The first deliverable under this strategy is fully integrated support for Microsoft's 32-bit OLE under Windows 95 and NT, including OLE containers, OLE automation, OCX technology and Object Browser.
ObjectPro applications function as generic OLE containers, so that many commonly-used OLE business productivity tools (such as Microsoft Excel) may be successfully embedded in ObjectPro applications.
Additionally, ObjectPro applications will be generic OLE containers, so that other OLE applications, such as Microsoft Excel, may be embedded.