Office Programming the Easy Way: OLE

  • Rod Stephens


Object Linking and Embedding (OLE—usually pronounced olé, just as you’d shout at a bullfight) is pretty much what its name says: It’s a method for linking objects and embedding one object in another. Unfortunately, knowing what the words mean individually doesn’t really give you a sense of what they mean together. To really understand the power of OLE, you must dig into it a bit and study a few examples.


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© Rod Stephens 2003

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