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Old 02-19-2009, 07:21 PM   #5
nrapallo
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Quick status nick. I've gotten your first request completed. I have the code that will display a "File Open" dialog box. And a simple GUI for the javascript.

The UI is nothing more than a call to IE ActiveX control with hand written HTML.
Since this is test code I've not integrated it with the word2imp script.
Thanks for helping out here. I do like using a GUI rather than remembering all the command line switches...

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OH a FYI. I found some of my old scripts, where I used the Windows Scripting Host (WSH) written in Perl. It provides all the power that VBA and Javascript have but in Perl. The disadvantage is that it requires ActivePerl.

I'll post the finish code here when it's done.
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Oh, I like that!!! I have ActivePerl installed; originally to use with tompe's Mobiperl scripts (I use WinXP) and then for SBPubX OLE/COM interface scripts as well as Mobi2IMP and Lit2sb.

Do you think it would be worthwhile to also have the Microsoft Visual Basic example scripts from the SBPubX.doc posted here as well. I know you've converted the above to javascript, but would there be any benefit to using MS Visual Basic, GUI-wise?
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