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I have examples of creating your own dialogues in OOME  (book) on my website. I don't remember off 
hand if I have examples in andrewmacro, which is also available there for download.

Sorry can't easily check I won't have access to my computer for another week.

I never cared for the process of creating your own dialogues, but with that, you can pretty much do 
whatever you want in terms of input. 

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On Jul 24, 2022, 3:22 AM, at 3:22 AM, "Michael D. Setzer II" <> wrote:
Have gotten this macro to do what I want, but the process requires two 
inputbox commands. Was trying to find a way to have a single dialog
than two. All the searches come up with thing not even closely related
to what I 
am looking for. Many are linked to Calc or Base or have super complex
Want a single form or whatever to enter the to: info and subject: info.
Have tried dozens of search terms but not finding an example. 

Sub Mailto
Dim oDoc As Object
Dim Path$, sendto$,subject$,cmd$
oDoc = ThisComponent
Path$ = oDoc.getURL()
sendto$ = InputBox ("To:")
subject$ = InputBox("Subject:")
If oDoc.HasLocation() Then
 subject$=replace(subject$," ","%20")
 cmd$="/home/msetzerii/.wine/drive_c/PMAIL/Programs/WSENDTO.EXE " 
&mid(Path$,8,100) &" "&" 
 Print "The document has not yet been stored"
End If
End Sub
Michael D. Setzer II - Computer Science Instructor (Retired)                   
Guam - Where America's Day Begins                        
G4L Disk Imaging Project maintainer

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