You need to read up on Interprocess Communications... and choose one that fits what you need most appropriately according to whether you expect the programs to be on the same machine, speed, reliability, platform dependence (or independence).
Yes, and you already showed that information in your original question; it is part of the Office interop. However, you need Microsoft Office installed on your system in order to access it. What exactly are you trying to do, and is this really a C++ question?
One of these days I'm going to think of a really clever signature.
VC++6.0, XP SP3, MFC Dialog-based App.
Adding a next item to the menu I've suddenly got a message "Out of memory. Unable to complete command". After restart it's impossible to load project clicking .DSW file: workspace stays empty, no files loaded.
Killing of the .CLW solves the problem for an one session. After I restart project, it again doesn't work, need delete .CLW again.
Now, I cannot add a menu item. Currently there are about 1000 items in the menu. I have a bad suspicion that may be there is a LIMIT for the wizard when it adds a menu item?
Please, any ideas how to add items?
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