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I was asked to develop some customized utilities for MS-Word. These are supposed to work any time MS-Word is active.
For that I was thinking that if I put the code in the Normal.DOT template, it will take care of this. But I got to think, what if the user has customized Normal.DOT, I can't simply replace his/her with mine. People will be upset.
So I thought OK, maybe I will add the code via some process. Maybe read a text file and paste it, maybe add a module. I like adding a module, because this way if there are upgrades then I simply need to remove the old module and add the new one with the new stuff.
But how many modules can I add before this becomes a problem. Potentially I could develop 100s of these utilities for 100s of requestors. Oh I am starting to hate my job... <img src=/S/sad.gif border=0 alt=sad width=15 height=15> <img src=/S/brickwall.gif border=0 alt=brickwall width=25 height=15>
Or should have a document in the Startup folder that I will control by adding and removing modules.
Thanks for any advice.