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DeVries Delivers Integration Suite

DeVries Data Systems, a subsidiary of Full Moon Interactive, Inc., will release OfficePartner 1.5, the latest version of its suite designed to integrate Microsoft Office with Borland's development tools.

New features of OfficePartner 1.5 include:

  • Expanded and enhanced documentation to provide how-to and reference information.
  • Mail merge capability in Word component now supports VCL Datasets as well as ODBC.
  • Expanded connection framework allows OfficePartner components to attach to running instances of Office Applications and OLE Containers.
  • Find and replace functionality now included in Word component.
  • Print methods added for Word documents and Excel workbooks.
  • New element for accessing subfolders in Outlook 98 and 2000.
  • Runs in hundreds of development tools and platform scenarios, including latest versions of Delphi and C++Builder.

Contact DeVries Data Systems, (888) 866-8033, www.dvdata.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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