Winword 8.0?
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Guillermo de la Puerta  Identity Verified
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Jan 16, 2004

Estimados colegas,
uno de mis clientes quiere que le envie unos de los archivos traducidos en formato Winword 8.0. Ignorante de mi,desconozco cuál es esa versión... Es lo mismo que Word 97?

Saludos y gracias willdlp

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José Luis Villanueva-Senchuk  Identity Verified
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Sí... Jan 16, 2004

Office 97 >> Word 8.0
Office 2000 >> Word 9.0

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Viewer conditions
The viewer command v tests the viewer that the user has for the display file. ShellRun can test the viewer executable version and filename. (If no viewer is installed for the main filename, then the separate viewer checking ShellRun parameters are run instead of these conditions.)
Viewer executable filenames and versions

Each display file has an associated viewer (if a viewer is installed). See below for filename and version details of some typical applications.
For a Microsoft Word file intro.doc, the viewer executable might be C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\WINWORD.EXE with version 10.0.4219.0 if Word XP is installed. In this case ShellRun ignores the directory and considers the viewer executable filename to be WINWORD.EXE.

Windows program version numbers are 4 numbers (each in the range 0 to 65535). For example, the Acrobat Reader viewer 5.01 is in file AcroRd32.exe which has file version The numbers to the left are most significant.

You can use the ShellRun Viewer Browser to determine the viewer and viewer version for a file type on your computer. Alternatively, locate the viewer program using Windows Explorer. Right-click on the program icon and select Properties then the Version tab. The file version number is listed at the top.

Viewer condition commands
Sub-command type Syntax Example
Version greater than or equal version1 v?
Version range version1:version2 v?
Version greater than or equal,
filename test version1,filename1 v?,winword.exe
Version range,
filename test version1,filename1:version2,filename2 v?,winword.exe:,winword.exe
Not filename test not,filename1 v?not,winword.exe

For the "Version range" test, the condition succeeds if the viewer executable version is greater than or equal to version1 and less than version2.

For the "filename" tests, the condition fails if the viewer executable filename does not match that given in filename1 or filename2.

For the "not filename" test, the condition succeeds if the viewer executable filename does not match that given in filename1.

[Edited at 2004-01-16 16:39]

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pablosan  Identity Verified
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Correcto Jan 16, 2004

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Guillermo de la Puerta  Identity Verified
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Muchas gracias :-) Jan 16, 2004

Muchas gracias por los enlaces
y por aclararme la duda.

Saludos willdlp

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