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    retrieve data from current loaded rtf doc ?

    Hi all
    I need to be able to retrieve the directory and fle name ect of the currently loaded rtf doc ( there can be anywhere up to 20 doc choices per frame loaded with clicking on buttons. )
    I have set up a save button, now i want to be able to save the edited doc overwriting the original loaded doc using the same file name and location. How do i make clicking on the save button save the edited doc to its correct filename ( loaded with the rtf object )overwriting the original. I have lookd at the retrieve data from object ( rtf object ) option but there does not seem to be a " currently open file type option "
    Can someone help please

    Arma

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    Re: retrieve data from current loaded rtf doc ?

    many thanks to Nifflas from Click chat for showing me how to do this !
    Cheers :0

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